Track Palin pleaded guilty in veteran’s court Tuesday to first degree criminal trespass charges stemming from an assault case last year. As part of a deal, the charge will be reduced to criminal trespass in the second degree if Palin, 29, completes a multi-long therapy process through the veteran's court system.
“Track (is) admitting he was the most serious aggravator - which means among criminal cases, this is the most serious,” District Attorney Rick Allen told RadarOnline.com exclusively. “This is typical when reducing a charge from burglary to trespassing.”
Veteran's court seeks to reform guilty parties through therapy and support, rather than traditional incarceration. But Allen says it’s no easy way out.
“Track will be in a very rigorous program, where he will have to submit to multiple weekly urine tests, intense counseling for at least 9 months -12 months.” Allen added. “If he graduates from the program he will plea to the criminal trespass in the second degree, which is a Class B misdemeanor and time will be served.”
Sarah’s troubled son was arrested and accused of threatening his parents before he showed up to their door, breaking into their Wasilla, Alaska home and pinning his father Todd to the ground on December 16, 2017.
Palin will report back to veteran's court on Monday.
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