The Orange County Register reports:
“He will do whatever it takes,” said Donald Etra, his attorney. “He will be making the park a better place for Orange County." ...
Etra said he did not know when Broadus will start the program, or how long it will take to complete. But the attorney added that Broadus wants to do the service quickly so he can get on with his career.
Superior Court Judge Erick L. Larsh signed off on the park plan Wednesday.
Authorities decided not to release the name of the park to avoid the possibility of a disturbance if Snoop Dogg's fans learn where he is working.