Brown, 42, pleaded guilty but mentally ill in June to felony confinement and domestic battery as part of a plea agreement. He gave a tearful apology Tuesday to the court, the lawyers involved and his family. His wife, Melissa, handed him a tissue and rubbed his arm as he spoke.
“I have a long way to go,” Brown said. “It’s disappointing I put you guys in this situation.”
St. Joseph County Judge Jane Woodward Miller sentenced Brown to consecutive two-year prison sentences, which she suspended and placed him on probation. Neither Brown nor his wife commented after the sentencing.
Melissa Brown told Miler during the hearing that Brown is “getting better.”
“We’re starting to rebuild our life with our children,” she said.
Brown, the defensive coordinator at Notre Dame from 2007 to 2009, was taken from his home Aug "
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