Ray Rice is officially no longer a domestic violence offender — the charges from the elevator beating of his then-fiancee have been dismissed and expunged.
The former Baltimore Ravens star completed a pretrial intervention program, and the Atlantic County D.A. sent a dismissal order to the court. Judge Michael A. Donio signed the order early Thursday morning.
As we previously reported, Rice struck a deal with prosecutors — he was initially indicted on a charge of felony aggravated assault, but the D.A. lowered that to simple assault, a misdemeanor. The deal was controversial … especially after TMZ Sports first posted the video of Rice inside a casino elevator, brutally knocking Janay Palmer unconscious.
According to docs, Rice was in the supervised intervention program for 12 months. He also had to pay a $125 fine.
So, Rice has now put the criminal case behind him — and late last year NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell reinstated him, but Rice has not been picked up by a team yet.