MADD Asks Adult Court To Make Prison A Condition For Ethan CouchMothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) was in the courtroom when a judge decided to move ‘affluenza’ teen Ethan Couch’s case to adult court.
"Affluenza" Teen Ethan Couch Moved To Adult JailCBS 11 News has learned from law enforcement that a judge signed an order today to move "affluenza" teen Ethan Couch to an adult facility.
Affluenza Teen to Remain in Juvenile Facility, For NowAffluenza teen Ethan Couch will remain in juvenile detention—for now. But, even his defense attorneys concede that his case will eventually be supervised in the adult courts. And that could happen sooner, rather than later.
'Affluenza' Teen Will Return To U.S. By 19th BirthdayEthan Couch's attorneys say he will be back in Fort Worth before his 19th birthday.
Ethan Couch Saga Opens Old Wounds For SurvivorsOn June 15, 2013, Lucas McConnell, 12, saw his godfather, Pastor Brian Jennings, die in a horrific crash.
'Affluenza' Teen's Mom In L.A., Ethan Couch Granted Stay In MexicoThe mother of “affluenza” teen Ethan Couch is expected in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom Tuesday for an extradition hearing.
Mother Of ‘Affluenza’ Team To Appear For LA Extradition HearingThe mother of “affluenza” teen Ethan Couch is expected in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom Tuesday for an extradition hearing.
Officials: 'Affluenza' Teen Stays In Mexico, Mom DeportedA Mexico immigration official said the mother of the North Texas teenager known for using an "affluenza" defense in a fatal drunken-driving accident was deported.
Texas Officials Working To Get "Affluenza" Teen Back To The U.S.The question today is -- what’s next for Ethan Couch? It was less than 12 hours ago when the so-called “affluenza” teen was detained in Mexico.
'Affluenza' Teen And Mother Done In By Pizza Delivery CallMexican authorities are confirming it was a pizza delivery that ultimately blew the lid off of Ethan Couch and his mother’s secret hide out in the heart of Puerta Vallarta.
Controversy Continues About Teen's "Affluenza" DiagnosisHe popularized the word "affluenza" during the notorious case of a 16-year-old who admitted he was drunk when he crashed his truck and killed four people.