AUGUSTA, Maine — A Maine district attorney is dismissing charges against a former state lawmaker for failing to disclose a felony conviction when he obtained a hunting license.

Former Rep. Jeffrey Pierce, of Dresden, faced three counts of fraudulently obtaining a hunting license, which is a misdemeanor. Pierce, a Republican, pleaded not guilty in March.

The Portland Press Herald reports Lincoln County District Attorney Natasha Irving says she doesn't believe she has enough evidence to guarantee a conviction of Pierce. She says he'll donate $750 to a Maine conservation group as part of an agreement.

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Pierce declined to confirm the agreement in an interview with the Press Herald. He has said he plans to run for the Maine Legislature again. He was a state representative from 2015 to 2018.