Deliberations are once again underway in the intoxication manslaughter trial for former Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent.
Family, attorneys and spectators packed the courtroom early Tuesday morning; to hear closing arguments in the intoxication manslaughter trail of former Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent.
Lee attended Tuesday’s closing arguments in a Dallas courtroom sitting shoulder-to-shoulder with Brent, who now awaits jury deliberation after being charged with intoxication manslaughter in the December 2012 death of his friend, Cowboys practice-squadder Jerry Brown.
Jurors on Tuesday began deliberating the intoxication manslaughter case against former Dallas Cowboys player Josh Brent, who is accused of drunkenly crashing his car during a night out and killing his passenger, who was a close friend and teammate.
Closing arguments began Tuesday in the Josh Brent intoxication manslaughter trial. The former Cowboys player could face 20 years in prison if convicted.
In one day, Josh Brent’s defense team presented all their witnesses and rested their case. Brent’s defense team moved quickly on Friday, but not entirely by choice.
Former Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent’s case in a fatal wreck that left his close friend and teammate dead will soon head to a jury, after his attorneys finished their case in one day.
Two active defensive players for the Dallas Cowboys were called to testify by the prosecution in the intoxication manslaughter trial of Josh Brent.
On the third day of testimony for former Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent’s intoxication manslaughter trial, the focus turned to the number of drinks Brent had the night of the deadly crash.
Prosecutors will continue to lay out their case against former Cowboys player Josh Brent. He has been accused of driving drunk in the crash that killed teammate Jerry Brown.
On the second day of Josh Brent’s intoxication manslaughter trial, prosecutors presented several witnesses who testified to the evidence collected the night of the crash.
Josh Brent heads back to court on Tuesday for the second day of his intoxication manslaughter trial, and some of his former Cowboys teammates could take the witness stand.