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game Sunday against New England in part so he could deal with the charges against him, which could bring up two two years in jail and a $10,000 fine.The incident stems from Peterson disciplining his four year old son with switches from a tree, striking him with enough force to leave damage days later.The NFL announced Saturday it would review Petersons actions under its personal conduct policy. As such, it could be considered domestic violence and open to newer, harsher penalties created last month by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.Petersons scandal hit the worlds richest sports league the same week the league saw an uproar over star rusher Ray Rice, who was fired by the Baltimore Ravens and banned indefinitely by the NFL after a video was released showing him brutally punching the woman who is now his wife in a hotel elevator.Phil Grant, an assistant district attorney for Montgomery County in Texas where Peterson was charged, said a trial was not likely until next year.»Mr. Peterson will make a court appearance I assume sometime within the next couple weeks,» Grant said.»This is still in its preliminary stages so it will be several months probably before this case is set for trial.
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Dozens of fans and journalists waited for two of the NFL’s most famous faces at the front entrance of the courthouse, including some wearing deflated football hats they were hoping to sell. The court hearing is the first since the league and Brady with the NFL players’ union traded filings in the scandal known as «Deflategate,» a dispute over whether Goodell was justified in suspending Brady four games for his role in using underinflated footballs during the AFC championship game in January. District Judge Richard M.