"The judge gave Robinson 180 days in jail, suspended 160 days and gave him credit for one day already served. Prosecuting attorney Tanner Stellmon says Robinson will likely serve the remaining 19 days in a sheriff's inmate labor detail. Additionally, Robinson will have to pay at least $29,000 for his victim's medical bills. That total could eventually go higher. The judge suspended a $1,000 fine and ordered two years of probation, with the first year supervised. He will also have to perform an additional 200 hours of public service and take any classes ordered by his probation officer."