Sean Penn pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of vandalism and battery in Los Angeles on Wednesday, stemming from an incident with the paparazzi. Penn got 36 months probation and 300 hours of community service for the incident. His work for a Haitian aid non-profit organization will count toward those 300 hours going forward. The actor must also go through 36 hours of anger management, which he can do with a private therapist. If Penn successfully completes those requirements, his conviction will be converted into the lesser charge of disturbing the peace. Still, he’ll have to stay 100 yards away from the paparazzo victim, and there will be a restitution hearing concerning his damaged camera and medical bills on July 8.