Boucher was charged after attacking Paul at his Bowling Green home on November 3, 2017, while the senator was mowing his lawn.
Rene Boucher is facing jail for tackling the Republican politician in Bowling Green a year ago and breaking six of his ribs.
The episode had been "profoundly embarrassing" for Boucher, his lawyer, Matt Baker, said.
Boucher is scheduled to be sentenced on June 15.
On November 3, 2017 Sen.
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The recommended sentence is 21 months and a fine. A friend of Paul's said the senator had alighted from his ride-on lawnmower to remove a tree branch when he was suddenly tackled from behind.
Boucher pleaded guilty to assaulting a member of Congress resulting in personal injury, a felony under federal law. Couldn't get out of bed without assistance, six broken ribs, damage to my lungs, two bouts of pneumonia. Authorities said Boucher admitted to going on Paul's property and tackling him.
Boucher, a retired doctor and registered Democrat, said the attack was a dispute between neighbors and not politically motivated, according to CBS's Louisville affiliate, WLKY.
Baker will ask the court for mercy and leniency for his client at the time of sentencing, it was reported on Friday.
Boucher agreed to a plea deal in January.