Raymond Felton will not face jail time after pleading guilty to a low-level felony of attempted possession of a weapon.

Felton was charged with third-degree weapons possession in February after his estranged wife, Ariane Raymondo-Felton, and her attorney brought the Belgian-made semiautomatic handgun to the 20th Precinct stationhouse.

Felton could have faced seven years in prison if convicted on the top charge against him.

Felton's lawyer, James Walden, said Felton “will be able to continue his career without interruption.”