Asa Chapman Pleads Guilty, Will Not Serve Jail Time
Lynchburg, VA - Former Liberty University football player Asa Chapman pleaded guilty to drug charges in court Tuesday.
Chapman will not serve jail time - a judge sentenced him to 10 days but suspended it. Chapman will have to pay a $100 fine, serve 124 hours of community service and lose his driver's license for 15 months.
Chapman pleaded guilty to three charges, including a felony possession of cocaine charge.
Chapman graduated from Liberty University in December. He was a defensive lineman on the Flames football team.