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.
In the first day of his intoxication manslaughter trial, attorneys for Josh Brent countered prosecutors’ arguments that the former Dallas Cowboys player was drunk when he crashed a car, killing friend and teammate Jerry Brown.
Opening arguments and graphic police dash-cam video marked the first day of testimony in the intoxication manslaughter trial of former Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent. After months of speculation a jury finally saw video of the crash that took Jerry Brown’s life.
A prosecutor said that there is “no disputing the fact” that former Cowboys player Josh Brent was drunk the night of a fatal crash that left a friend and teammate dead.
After two days of questions, a jury is seated for the Josh Brent intoxication manslaughter trial.
Attorneys are still choosing the 12 jurors for the trial of former Cowboys player Josh Brent. The initial pool of 120 potential jurors was whittled down to 74 individuals on Thursday.
Jury selection is underway for the trial of Josh Brent — the former Dallas Cowboy accused of intoxicated manslaughter.
Jury selection started Thursday in the case against Josh Brent. The former Dallas Cowboys player has been accused of driving drunk and killing his teammate and good friend, Jerry Brown.
A Dallas judge has signed warrants requesting cell phone records from former Cowboys player Josh Brent.
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