Charlie Sheen is to appear in a Colorado courtroom Monday to face an assault charge stemming from a Christmas Day dispute with his wife.
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Yale Galanter, an attorney for Sheen's wife, Brooke Mueller
, told The Associated Press last month that Sheen has agreed to plead guilty to misdemeanor assault in exchange for prosecutors dropping more serious charges. The plea deal calls for Sheen to spend 30 days in jail, Galanter said.
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Sheen's hearing was originally scheduled for June, but has been delayed twice because of disagreements over the deal and a proposed work-release program. Sheen is scheduled to start production this week on the eighth season of Two and a Half Men
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In March, Sheen, 44, pleaded not guilty to menacing, criminal mischief and assault charges following an argument with Mueller in an Aspen home where they were vacationing over Christmas.Calls to Galanter, Sheen's attorney, Richard Cummins, and the district attorney were not immediately returned.