The next steps for former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, who pleaded guilty Tuesday to sexually harassing women, are a formal booking Sunday and then house arrest.
Filner pleased guilty to one felony count of false imprisonment by violence and two misdemeanor counts of battery for sexually harassing three women while in office.
Filner's admissions came on the same day he was charged in a criminal complaint by the state Attorney General's Office. The stipulated agreement calls for the former 10-term congressman to be placed on three years' probation and avoid jail time, though he is expected to spend three months in home confinement.
According to the Attorney General's Office, Filner also will be barred from ever seeking or holding public office and required to undergo mental health treatment while under court supervision. If he violates probation, he would face up to six months in jail. He remains free on his own recognizance until his sentencing hearing, set for Dec. 9.
Filner agreed to go through formal booking and release procedures at San Diego Central Jail on Sunday.