“While I’m not looking forward to being incarcerated, I have a long road of redemption to travel,” Harris said, reading a statement outside the Atlanta federal courthouse shortly before 3 p.m. “I am dedicated and committed to that.”
U.S. District Court Judge Charles Pannell Jr. scheduled Harris’ sentencing a year from now, on March 27, 2009. If Harris abides by the conditions set in his plea agreement, he will receive a prison sentence of one year plus one day. Because the sentence is longer than one year, Harris will be eligible to earn 15 percent time off for good behavior.
Harris also was fined $100,000.
Over the next year, Harris must perform at least 1,000 hours of community service, which includes speaking to “at-risk young people,” promoting respect for law enforcement, and opposing violence, illegal and reckless use of firearms, illegal drugs and gang activity. (Source)