A judge in Santa Clara County Superior Court in San Jose Friday afternoon sentenced San Francisco 49ers player Aldon Smith to 11 days to be served in a work program for his conviction on three felony assault weapons and two misdemeanor DUI charges.Judge Daniel Nishigaya, in a hearing crowded with news media, imposed the sentence on the 24-year-old Smith, who pleaded no contest on May 21 to charges of possessing three assault rifles in 2012 and driving while over the legal limit for alcohol last year."I would like to apologize for my actions," Smith said to Nishigaya. "And I will abide by any order you give."Smith had faced a maximum sentence of four years and four months in prison on the charges, according to the District Attorney's Office. - Timeline: 49ers' Aldon Smith's Trouble with the LawHe was sentenced to three years' probation for the DUI charges in addition to the 11 days in the work program in lieu of jail time."The 49ers organization is aware of today's proceedings," 49ers general manager Trent Baalke said in a statement. "We are pleased that Aldon has moved past this phase of the process, and will support any action the NFL may take...