He was found guilty on both felony charges and given a six-year, eight-month suspended prison sentence. The suspended sentence means that after an initial 120 days behind bars, if he does not abide by the terms of his probation, he will have to serve the remainder of the time.
As part of the probation terms, Hodak must complete a 52-week domestic violence treatment program, obey a five-year protective order and refrain from releasing images or videos of Sweetin. He must also undergo 60 days of electronic monitoring.
He is not permitted to own or possess any deadly or dangerous weapons, and at his next court hearing -- scheduled for May 12 -- Hodak must submit proof that he has relinquished his 9mm semiautomatic gun to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Prosecutors dismissed the remaining counts, which included stalking, due to the plea deal.