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Chris Brown leaves Washington, D.C. court after rejecting plea deal

Grammy-winning R&B singer Chris Brown rejected a no-jail plea deal on Wednesday (June 25) in his misdemeanor assault case and will go to trial on Sept. 8. Brown, 25, had failed to agree to the no-jail plea accord by a noon deadline. The deal would have sentenced him to time already served. Brown's attorney Mark Geragos said it was a decision based on principle. SOUNDBITE Defense attorney Mark Geragos saying (English): "They made an offer. The problem with the offer was it was for time served, no jail, no probation but they wanted him to read from a script that wasn't true and he was not going to do that and I was not going to let him do that." The singer was charged with misdemeanor assault after a 20-year-old man, claimed Brown and his bodyguard punched him and broke his nose when he tried to jump into a photo outside a Washington hotel in October 2013. The Washington hearing was part of series of scrapes Brown has had with the law. He was rel

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