An Arizona senator accepted a plea deal for a confrontation he had with a school teacher in Yuma.
Prosecutors had charged republican congressman Don Shooter with three misdemeanor counts, including criminal trespassing and disorderly conduct.
Witnesses say back in March Shooter entered the school on the Yuma Private Industrial Council's Campus and waved his finger in a teachers face.
Shooter claims his grandson was being bullied by the teacher.
As part of a plea deal, Shooter will have to maintain a clean record for at least a year, and the charges will be dropped.
He'll also pay a $1500 fine to the school.