Affluenza Teen To Serve 720 Days In The Tarrant County JailEthan Couch made his first appearance in adult court. During the hearing, before District Judge Wayne Salvant, Couch learned that he will remain behind bars for the next 720 days -- nearly two years.
'Affluenza' Teen Ethan Couch Turns 19, Has New Date With A Judge'Affluenza' teen Ethan Couch will be before judge Wayne Salvant tomorrow morning to officially have his case transferred to adult court.
Ethan Couch Likely To Stay Jailed Until April BirthdayEthan Couch waived his right to a Friday hearing and "all signs point" to him waiving the subsequent hearings every 10 days that he's entitled to under the juvenile system.
'Affluenza' Teen's Case Will Move To Adult CourtIt was decision day for 'affluenza' teen Ethan Couch, and the judge decided to move his probation to adult court after his next birthday. Prosecutors had been pushing for this hearing for months.
While 'Affluenza' Teen Went Free, Similar Case Led To PrisonOne 16-year-old drove drunk, ran a red light and crashed into a pregnant woman's car, killing her and her unborn child. Another drunken teenager rammed a pickup truck into a crowd of people assisting a stranded driver, killing four.
'Affluenza' Teen Ethan Couch Postpones Court AppearanceThe North Texas teenager who used an "affluenza" legal defense in a fatal drunken-driving wreck has waived his right to a detention hearing.
"Affluenza" Teen Ethan Couch Moved To Adult JailCBS 11 News has learned from law enforcement that a judge signed an order today to move "affluenza" teen Ethan Couch to an adult facility.
Affluenza Teen to Remain in Juvenile Facility, For NowAffluenza teen Ethan Couch will remain in juvenile detention—for now. But, even his defense attorneys concede that his case will eventually be supervised in the adult courts. And that could happen sooner, rather than later.
Ethan Couch Will Stay In Juvenile Detention, For NowThe 'affluenza' teen Ethan Couch woke up in North Texas on Friday after spending nearly two months on the run and in custody in Mexico. He was in court, where a judge decided that he should stay in juvenile detention, at least for now.
"Affluenza" Teen Ethan Couch Back In North Texas & In Juvenile CustodyOfficials in Mexico put Ethan Couch on a plane this morning and he is now back in North Texas to face charges.
'Affluenza' Teen Returning To Texas From MexicoThe Mexican lawyer for a Texas teenager who used an 'affluenza' defense in a fatal drunk driving crash said that his client has dropped an appeal against deportation and will return to Texas to face charges.
Paperwork Issue Delays "Affluenza" Teen Probation Hearing For 1 MonthThe “affluenza” teen saga returned to a North Texas courtroom this morning. Ethan Couch may still not be in the U.S. but his case was scheduled to be heard by a Fort Worth judge.