Soul singer James Brown apologized to the people of Augusta after receiving a six-year prison term for pleading guilty to misdemeanor weapons and traffic charges. "If I had it all to do over again, I just wouldn't do it," Brown told the judge Monday. "I hope this is behind us," said Brown. "My life has always been a model, and I just don't feel good about it now." Besides the prison term, Brown, who also pleaded no contest to charges of driving under the influence, was fined $1,000 by Judge Gayle B. Hamrick. Brown's sentence would run concurrently with a six-year term he is serving in South Carolina, Hamrick said. The charges stemmed from a two-state car chase last September.