San Antonio, attorney Ted Roberts spent one month in state prison on his conviction of theft-related charges for threatening litigation to extract money from two men who had sexual relations with his then-wife in 2001 and 2002. Now he’s getting out.

On Monday, Judge Sid Harle of the 226th District Court in San Antonio granted Roberts’ motion for shock probation and placed him on probation for 10 years, according to a news release from Bexar County Criminal District Attorney Susan Reed.

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