Source: Phoenix Killer Cop Richard Chrisman Will Sign "No Prison Time" Plea Deal; Family SettlesThe OP-NAT EYE
Apr. 28, 2013
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The OP-NAT EYE has learned from a source inside Maricopa County, that Phoenix killer cop Richard Chrisman will sign a “no prison time” plea agreement that will either be offered at a hearing this coming Wednesday or soon thereafter. The killer’s trial has been continued (postponed) eight times since October 5, 2010 — the day he shot and killed unarmed, 29-year-old Daniel Rodriguez and his dog. There is currently no trial date set at all in the matter. The source told us Chrisman will plead guilty to negligent homicide with an opportunity to have the charge expunged from his record after completing an unspecified term of probation. This will allow Chrisman to regain employment as a cop in another jurisdiction or even in Phoenix.