No jail time in plea deal following Baylor University sexual assault case
A judge accepted a plea deal Monday that was offered to former Baylor fraternity president Jacob Anderson after he pleaded no contest in a sexual assault case. In exchange for being charged with rape, Anderson pleaded no contest to unlawful restraint. Under the deal, Anderson will receive three years probation, a $400 fine and he will have to attend mandatory counseling. He will not be required to register as a sex offender or serve any jail time.