In August, Ronaldinho was released and set free to return home to Brazil after five months of living under house arrest in Paraguay.
Paraguayan judge Gustavo Amarilla handed down a suspended sentence of two years in prison for Ronaldinho and his brother Roberto de Assis Moreira, and granted their release.
The former Barcelona, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain star was detained alongside his brother Roberto de Assis Moreira on March 6, accused of entering Paraguay in possession of false passports.
Ronaldinho and Assis travelled to Paraguay on March 4 to participate in a children's charity event and promote a new book.
Ronaldinho and his brother Roberto de Assis Moreira are accused of entering Paraguay in possession of false passports.
The Argentina forward also denied rumours of a possible transfer to his former Argentinian side Newell's Old Boys.
The former Brazil star forward and his brother Roberto Assis were arrested on March 4 for entering Paraguay with false travel documents.
Ronaldinho said that the passports had been given to him by sponsors of a charity working with disadvantaged children.
Ronaldinho, considered one of the greatest footballers of all time, was the star of Brazil's 2002 World Cup win and played for Paris Saint-Germain, AC Milan and Barcelona, among others.
Prosecutor Federico Delfino said he had recommended not pursuing Ronaldinho and his brother Roberto de Assis Moreira.
The World Cup winner and his brother were questioned for more than seven hours by the public prosecutor in Asuncion after allegedly entering Paraguay using forged documents.
The 39-year-old World Cup winner had his passport withheld by the Brazilian authority in November 2018, following conviction in an environment offence.
World Cups made players before; it makes teams today.
Ronaldinho said Brazil have rediscovered their old swagger after a harrowing 7-1 semifinal defeat to Germany on home soil.