News sources Nola.com, The Advocate and Associated Press. Lafayette Louisiana. Assistant District Attorney Janet Perrodin of the Lafayette Parish District Attorney's Office dismissed domestic abuse charges against New Orleans Saints defensive end Will Smith Monday.
Smith completed a lot of hours doing community service and went to domestic violence counseling sessions.
Smith was indicted by a grand jury in March 2011 on misdemeanor charges of domestic abuse battery and public intoxication after he was arrested on November 27, 2010 by the Lafayette Police.
Smith was arrested by the police after he and his wife Racquel got into a heated arguement outside a Lafayette nightclub at 2am.
Perrodin said Smith wrote a letter to the Lafayette police saying he was sorry for his rude behavior. Racquel requeste the charges against Will be dismissed.
Perrodin said Will has no history of domestic violence.
Smith and his lawyer Gerald Block had no comments to the media as they left the courtroom. Smith alsp had his public intoxication charges dropped.
The Smiths were in the courtroom but did make any statements to the judge.