A South Boston man was sentenced in Halifax County Circuit Court to a year in jail for not reporting an accident that resulted in damage, not reporting an accident that resulted in injury and driving while intoxicated after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge William N. Alexander sentenced Herman Franklin Osborne to serve 21 years in prison, but suspended all but a year conditioned on his good behavior for 10 years.

A charge of failure to appear was dismissed.

Alexander also ordered two years of supervised probation upon his release.

Osborne also was ordered to remain free of marijuana, alcohol, non-prescribed medicine and drugs and to submit to random screenings. His driver’s license also was suspended for 12 months.

He also was authorized work release.

• Rico D. Moore of Danville was sentenced Friday to serve a year in jail for unlawful wounding and violating his good behavior requirement after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Alexander sentenced Moore to serve five years in jail for the unlawful wounding charge and revoked his previous sentence for violating his good behavior requirements, but suspended all but 12 months conditioned on his good behavior for five years.

Alexander also ordered two years of supervised probation upon his release.

Moore also was ordered to have no contact with his victim and to pay restitution of $10,278.95.

• Justin Lewis Fitts of Chase City was found guilty Friday of possession of schedule I or II controlled substance.

Sentencing has been set for July 15.

• James Auther Burden Jr. of Scottsburg plead Nolo Contendere Thursday to a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery of a family member.

Judge Joel Cunningham sentenced Burden to serve 12 months in jail, but suspended all time conditioned on his good behavior for 12 months.

Cunningham also placed Burden under supervision of Halifax-Pittsylvania Court Services for 12 months and ordered Burden to undergo anger management.

Burden also was ordered to remain free of illegal drugs and marijuana and to submit to random testing.

• Jeremy Andrew Elliott of Brookneal plead Nolo Contendere Thursday to a misdemeanor charge of possession of paraphernalia.

Cunningham sentenced Elliott to serve 12 months in jail, but suspended all time conditioned on his good behavior for 12 months.

• David John Land of South Boston was found guilty Thursday of a felony charge of distribute etc. methamphetamine.

Sentencing has been set for July 21.

• Christopher David Newman of South Boston had his supervised probation extended by two years on Thursday for violating his probation.

Cunningham also ordered Newman to enter a substance abuse program and to remain free of illegal drugs, marijuana and alcohol and to submit to random testing.

• Slade P. Seals of Gladys had a charge of improper driving taken under advisement for 12 months on Thursday after he plead Nolo Contendere.

Cunningham placed Seals under Halifax-Pittsylvania Court Services for 12 months and ordered Seals to complete 25 hours of community service.

A felony charge of not reporting an accident that resulted in damage was nol prossed.