Two cases were resolved Thursday for individuals charged with simple assault during Silent Sam protests, The Durham Herald Sun reported. The hearings for six demonstrators were held at Orange County Courthouse.
John Quick pleaded guilty to his simple assault charge. As part of a deferred prosecution agreement, he is required to complete 24 hours of community service and stay out of trouble for six months, according to the Herald Sun.
If he meets the agreement's requirements, his charge will be dropped at a March hearing, his attorney, Tom Cadwallader said to the Herald Sun.
Another demonstrator charged with simple assault, Dannielle Shochet, had his charges dismissed, Cadwallader said to the Herald Sun.
Both demonstrators were charged at an Aug. 25 McCorkle Place rally following Silent Sam's Aug. 20 toppling.