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Jon Jones waiting on UFC to reinstate him as 18 month probation begins

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When will former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones be back inside the Octagon?
That’s been the question on every fan’s mind since a Second Judicial District Court in Albuquerque, New Mexico delivered a probationary sentence to “Bones” earlier this week (Tues., Sept. 29, 2015), as punishment for last April’s felony hit-and-run.
According to New York-based legal expert Amy Dardashtian, who appeared on Inside MMA Friday evening (Oct. 2, 2015), the answer is simple.
“It’s really up to the UFC, and their attorneys are reviewing it now about whether to even bring him back,” Dardashtian told Bas Rutten and Ron Kruck. “I think they will though, because Dana White was at the hearings supporting him. So they could bring him back tomorrow or they could wait until he completes his probation.”
Since the presiding judge did not put any travel or work restrictions on Jones, technically the UFC could book a fight whenever they wanted. Indeed, tomorrow, or not at all.
So, how did Jones get such a lucky break, getting probation after injuring a pregnant woman with his car and then fleeing the scene of the accident?
Dardashtian says that although some people think Jones “got off easy”, it was his admission of guilt and ….View original article