Court records show Marshon Lattimore charged with fourth-degree felony

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Marshon Lattimore has now been charged with a fourth-degree felony for allegedly receiving a stolen firearm, per Cleveland court records accessed by the Times-Picayune | Advocate’s Amie Just. The New Orleans Saints cornerback must pay 10% of his $5,000 bond to be released from Cuyahoga County Jail. Just added that Lattimore has waived his preliminary hearing, so the case will advance to a grand jury.

It’s tough to say will happen next. Whether Lattimore is sentenced to serve time in prison, pay a fine, or wait out probation is yet to be determined. Any potential league discipline or suspension is also uncertain. So it’s best to remain patient and let these legal issues play out rather than speculate one way or another.

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