The trial started Wednesday morning at a juvenile court in Fort Worth for a teenager accused of driving drunk and killing four people.
Former Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent’s lawyer claims employees in the Dallas County District Clerk’s office are unfairly and purposefully delaying their preparation for his Intoxication Manslaughter trial.
The legal wrangling continued Friday in the case involving former Dallas Cowboys player Josh Brent. His attorneys tried to have key evidence tossed out before Brent’s intoxication manslaughter trial begins in Dallas next month.
Former Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent has filed an application asking that he be sentenced to probation in the event he is convicted of intoxication manslaughter.
Investigators have found evidence that workers at a Dallas nightclub may have been negligent when they continued to sell alcohol to former Dallas Cowboys player Josh Brent on the night he later crashed his car, killing fellow teammate Jerry Brown Jr.
Former Dallas Cowboys Josh Brent’s attorney wants a judge to throw out Brent’s blood-alcohol test results in his upcoming manslaughter trial.
Prosecutors have to be careful about what they say about now-former Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent. The judge who will preside over Brent’s Intoxication Manslaughter trial told attorneys the case is receiving excessive publicity.
Brent, awaiting a September trial on intoxication manslaughter charges in the Dec. 8 death of teammate and close friend Jerry Brown, has received support from the Cowboys through what coach Jason Garrett termed “a traumatic time.’’
The weekend jail release of Dallas Cowboys player Josh Brent is getting some double takes in the legal community. Brent was jailed after failing a second drug test.
Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent’s bond hearing, originally scheduled for June 21, has been delayed by a month.
A court date has been scheduled for Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent after prosecutors say he tested positive for marijuana while out on bond.
Nearly six months after Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent was arrested for Intoxication Manslaughter, as the driver in a one-car crash that killed his teammate, the football player has tested positive for marijuana.