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    49ers' Bruce Miller Pleads No Contest to Misdemeanor Disturbing the Peace Charge
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    Bruce Miller #49 of the San Francisco 49ers completes a pass for a touchdown in the third quarter against the Arizona Cardinals at Levi's Stadium on December 28, 2014 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Don Feria/Getty Images)

    San Francisco 49ers fullback Bruce Miller on Tuesday pleaded no contest to misdemeanor disturbing the peace.

    On May 4, Miller pleaded not guilty to a charge of misdemeanor vandalism for allegedly destroying the phone of his then-fiancée. Miller was originally arrested in March on suspicion of spousal abuse stemming from an incident in Santa Clara. He faced no charges on that allegation.

    As part of the plea agreement, Miller must attend a 16-week domestic-violence counseling course. He is also barred from any contact with the alleged victim before his sentencing, which is expected to take part after completion of the course in about six months.

    Read more from CSN Bay Area.

    49ers' Miller Pleads Not Guilty to Misdemeanor Vandalism

    [BAY] 49ers' Miller Pleads Not Guilty to Misdemeanor Vandalism
    San Francisco 49ers fullback Bruce Miller pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor vandalism charge after a fight with his girlfriend at a bagel shop where he smashed her cell phone, the Santa Clara County District Attorney said. Robert Handa reports.
    (Published Monday, May 4, 2015)
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