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Robinson was sentenced to 30-days in jail received for his second drunken-driving conviction in a year. The defensive lineman, who recently turned 29, was also sentenced to 360 hours of community service and 18 months probation. He has already completed a 17-day stay at an alcohol treatment center
A motion filed on Robinson's behalf requests that the judge consider his voluntary admission into the alcohol treatment center. Sentences are usually halved for good-time credit, meaning which he might not serve any time in jail if the judge applies his in-patient treatment to his sentence.
"I believe in Bryan Robinson," said head coach Dick Jauron. "I think that obviously he made some poor decisions, and now he's paying the price for it. We all paid the price for it, and I think he's aware of that, so he knows that his decisions don't just affect himself, they affect all those people around him.
"He's still a relatively young man, and I have confidence that he's learned his lesson. He'll deal with the consequences, and he'll move forward. He's got to if he's going to be a success, and he has been a success in the past, and we're counting on him."