After his latest court hearing today, Kodak Black is expected to be released from jail either today or tomorrow (August 17). Earlier this year, the Florida rapper was arrested again—just a month after his previous arrest—for marijuana possession, possession of a weapon, driving without a valid license, and false imprisonment. He was detained due to open warrants, and has been held in prison since then.

It looks like Kodak Black will be going home very soon. According to updates during today's court hearing from South Florida Sun Sentinel's own reporter Brett Clarkson, Kodak Black pleaded no contest to his charges earlier today and "will get one year of house arrest and five years of probation." 

Judge Lisa Porter told Kodak that she would give him another opportunity to "be a productive member of society." However, she followed up with a strict warning that if something happens again, he could wind up receiving 55 years in jail. 

Local 10 reporter Derek Shore also reported from Kodak Black's hearing today, saying that the team from Atlantic Records asked Judge Porter to defer adjunction so that he would be able to travel and tour for work. Porter accepted Kodak Black plea deal and withheld the adjunction. Once released, the Florida rapper will have to complete 300 hours community service, take anger management classes and be involved in a mentor program.

Read more the updates from today's court hearing below.