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.
Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent was released from jail on Sunday following a court order.
George Milner plans to file for a modified gag order in the case after the Dallas district attorney appeared on 105.3 The Fan and made certain comments about Josh Brent.
Craig Watkins spoke with 105.3 The Fan about the next moves for Josh Brent now that he is sitting in jail after twice violating the terms of his bail agreement.
You think that the Cowboys should cut Josh Brent as he awaits his September trial on intoxication manslaughter charges? Fine.
Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent’s bond hearing, originally scheduled for June 21, has been delayed by a month.
Even after killing his friend and teammate Jerry Brown and violating the terms of his bail, the Dallas Cowboys are looking to keep Josh Brent around for the future
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.
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A judge has denied the Dallas County District Attorney’s motion to have Josh Brent’s bond revoked, finding that the Dallas Cowboys lineman is not in serious violation of the terms of his bail.
Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent was in a Dallas courtroom on Friday to explain why the alcohol monitoring device that he had been wearing showed that he had been drinking.