Jon Jones has just pled guilty to one count of leaving the scene of an accident stemming from an incident in April and was sentenced to 18 months probation.

Jones entered the plea in an Albuquerque courtroom. As part of the deal, Jones has been ordered to make 72 appearances with kids groups — to educate children about making good decisions in life.

UFC honcho Dana White was in the courtroom while Jon’s case was in front of the judge.

Jones’ lawyer says the fighter takes “full responsibility” for his actions and did everything he possibly could to make things right with the victim. Lawyer calls the incident an “awful, awful mistake.”

Jones struck another vehicle — injuring a pregnant woman — and then bolted from the scene on foot.

Jones’ lawyer says the victim has fully recovered from her injuries.

The lawyer says the incident was a “wake up call” for Jones.

Jon’s lawyer is asking the judge to allow Jones to carry one firearm because he’s concerned about his personal safety.

Jones addressed the court personally saying, “I am here to accept full responsibility for what happened for my actions … I’m hoping that you give me an opportunity to redeem myself.”

Jones has been granted a conditional discharge, which means if he meets the conditions the judge sets, he will not be convicted of a felony. Translation — keep your nose clean.

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