On Friday, a jury found Saved by the Bell actor Dustin Diamond not guilty of felony reckless endangerment but yes guilty of two misdemeanors, charges stemming from an incident where Diamond allegedly stabbed a bar patron last December.

According to the Associated Press, Diamond’s convictions for disorderly conduct and carrying a concealed weapon have a combined maximum penalty of one year in prison. A sentencing date has not yet been announced.

The bizarre trial began inauspiciously for the actor on Wednesday with the judge reprimanding Diamond’s defense attorney for painting “good luck Dustin” on the back window of his car. The following day, Diamond’s lawyer accused the D.A. of “stomping” on the defense’s evidence and not apologizing.

On the final day of the trial, Diamond was asked if he liked being compared to “Screech,” the Saved By the Bell character he played for over 20 (pretty gross-sounding) years.

“That means they love you,” Diamond reportedly replied, smiling. “That means you’re doing your job.”

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