'Affluenza' Mom Tonya Couch Out Of Jail, Must Wear Ankle MonitorA Tarrant County judge released Tonya Couch on bond Thursday.
'Affluenza' Teen's Mother To Remain In Jail Pending TrialTonya Couch will now await her trial on money laundering and hindering apprehension charges in the Tarrant County Jail.
News Now: Ethan Couch, Plano & Frisco Water QualityThe so-called 'affluenza teen' Ethan Couch is out of jail, but his mother remains behind bars.
"Affluenza Teen" Ethan Couch Has Been Released From JailEthan Couch, the now 20-year-old who gained national notoriety when lawyers used an “affluenza” defense in his Intoxication Manslaughter trial, is now out of jail and free on probation.
News Now: Ethan Couch, Dallas Home Explosion, "Dallas" Anniversary'Affluenza Teen' Ethan Couch will be released as a free man. Also, crews are investigating a Dallas home explosion.
MADD President: Ethan Couch Release Is 'Grave Injustice' For VictimsThe president of Mothers Against Drunk Driving is calling the release of "affluenza teen" Ethan Couch a "grave injustice" after he killed four people while driving drunk at 16 years old.
Tonya Couch In Jail, Arrested After Failing Drug TestAffluenza teen, Ethan Couch’s mother, Tonya Couch was arrested and is in the Tarrant County Jail.
Teen Who Used 'Affluenza' Defense Set For Release April 2Ethan Couch has served almost two years in jail for a revoked probation and is to be freed from the Tarrant County Jail in Fort Worth.
Judge Does Not Revoke Bond Of 'Affluenza' Mom Tonya CouchTonya Couch, the mother of 'affluenza' teen Ethan Couch, was in a North Texas courtroom this morning.
Tarrant County Prosecutors Say Tonya Couch Violated Terms Of BondTarrant County prosecutors said they have even more reason why a judge should revoke Tonya Couch's bond and re-arrest her.
Texas Supreme Court Denies Affluenza Boy's AppealAffluenza boy Ethan Couch will remain behind bars after the Texas Supreme Court denies his request to have his two-year jail term invalidated.
Ethan Couch's Lawyers Seek His Release From JailLawyers for a Texas teenager who used an 'affluenza' defense in a fatal drunk driving wreck have turned to the Texas Supreme Court in an effort to secure his release from jail.