Simmons Verdict

USC recruit Maurice Simmons was convicted today of felony robbery, assault with a firearm and a misdemeanor charge of allowing someone to bring a gun into his car.
He could face anywhere from 3-8 years in prison and there is a less likely chance he would receive probation. Simmons was immediately placed in custody. He will appeal the verdict.
“He can write off his days at USC,” said Michael Carney, who is Simmons’ attorney. “They’re not going to take him.”

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