Prosecutors asked that the 30-year-old rapper get a six-month sentence during closing arguments.
After three days of testimony, a judge in Sweden said he will issue a verdict on the "gross assault" charges against A$AP Rocky on August 14.
After spending nearly a month in a Swedish jail, A$AP Rocky has been released and is speaking out on the experience for the first time.
"I do not want to speculate on whether they will be convicted or acquitted, we will have to await the court's ruling", he said.
But it wasn't immediately clear from the decision Friday by Stockholm District Court whether the suspects could leave the country.
A$AP Rocky is finally a free man - for the time being at least. A$AP Rocky and his two associates jetted to the United States nearly immediately following their release by the judge.
However, prosecutor Daniel Suneson has alleged that surveillance footage from a nearby restaurant was changed by the rapper's team to coincide with his self-defence claim. They appeared to argue over a pair of headphones.
Two witnesses took the stand in the Swedish criminal court and said they didn't see Rocky use a bottle during the scuffle, which prosecutors are trying to use as the centerpiece for their case.
"We have three people who throw out punches and kicks against a person who is lying down", he said.
Before landing in LAX, he posted some gratitude on Instagram. He has cancelled several shows across Europe due to his detention.