For prosecutors, the plea deal avoids the risk of going to trial, where juries might be influenced by Sharper's fame and celebrity defense attorneys.
In the first one, Sharper met two women at a club in West Hollywood and later invited them to his hotel room, where he offered them a drink, according to a police report of the incident filed in court."Within minutes of consuming the beverage, both girls reported to have blacked out," the report states.
The only thing left is what I plan to do today — determine exactly what these differences are. I realize that limiting this to northern and southern Blacks leaves out midwestern Blacks, west coast Blacks, northwestern Blacks, and n*ggas from Youngstown. …attend HBCUs, be Greek, attend church, be Baptist, have stupid-ass names that are hybrid combinations of other names (, get married at a younger age, get married at all, buy expensive American cars, buy cheap-ass American cars and put ,000 worth of added expense in them, know their fathers, hate White people but date and/or marry interracially, be killed by White rednecks, coordinate outfits, have happier, more fulfilling lives, eat everything on a pig except its eyeballs and anus, buy Steve Harvey books, look like Steve Harvey, be colorstruck and not realize that being colorstruck is a bad thing, breed better women, rock braids/cornrows/locks (the men, at least), be provincial, be socially conservative, be unpretentious, have children, and be generally better people. Not even a Wes Anderson joint, but something you might see as part of a museum exhibit before you head to the dinosaur section.
Oh, and before I continue, there’s a couple things I want to add: 1. I’ve done no studies, surveyed no people, and slept with no cousins to understand what it’s like to be from Mississippi. If you’re a member of one of those neglected populations, please feel free to add your own observations in the comments. On the other hand, northern Blacks seem to be more likely to… Weekly updates about all the pop culture, race & politics, Bougie Black People™ shit, and other grand tomfoolery we cover here on VSB.
Pastor also explained to Sharper that the court considers a no-contest plea to be "exactly the same" as a guilty plea. The settlement stipulates that he will serve his time in federal custody at a location that has not yet been announced. By agreeing to the plea deal, Sharper avoids the risk of receiving an even worse punishment in the future and expensive litigation that could drag on indefinitely in four states.
If convicted, he faced life in prison in Louisiana and more than 30 years in Los Angeles.