The bad boy of pop music has apparently learned his lesson and is ready to once again be in the good graces of the law. Earlier this month, it was reported that the 20-year-old singer pleaded guilty to misdemeanor careless driving and resisting arrest without violence charges, rather than the original driving under the influence charge. Beebz also agreed to take an anger management course, pay a $500 fine, compete a victim impact program and make a $50,000 charitable donation, in addition to paying court-ordered fines. According to the judge handling the case, it is his wish to never see Bieber in his courtroom again. “I hope that he realizes that his actions not only lead to consequences that effect him, but they lead to consequences that lead to others who are looking up to him as a role model,” Judge Bill Altfield said.
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