Randy Travis is going to avoid jail time.
E! News confirms that the country superstar has reached a plea deal with prosecutors in his misdemeanor assault case stemming from a fight he got into with another man in a church parking lot last summer in Texas.
Per Travis' attorney, Larry Friedman, the Grammy winner will receive a 90-day deferred sentence over the incident as the result of a plea of either guilty or no contest entered on Friday in a municipal court in Plano, about 20 miles north of Dallas.
Travis was arrested on Aug. 23, 2012 when he intervened in a verbal spat his fiancée got into with her estranged husband, Ritchie Beougher, and he allegedly roughed up the man.
Per a local CBS Dallas affiliate, today's plea agreement means that as long as Travis stays out of trouble and adheres to the terms of his probation during those three months, he could avoid a formal conviction and the case could be dismissed.
Travis, who originally pleaded not guilty, also filed a civil suit against Beougher claiming he provoked the altercation to physically injure and embarrass the 53-year-old crooner.
This isn't Travis' only run-in with the law. Ten days ago he was formally hit with a DWI charge by prosecutors in Sherman, Texas for driving while intoxicated when he crashed his car two weeks prior to the dust-up at the church. Friedman told E! News that both sides were working on a plea agreement in that case as well.