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|Jan. 22 1:11 PM PT2:11 PM MT3:11 PM CT4:11 PM ET21:11 GMT5:11 AM 北京时间2:11 PM MST4:11 PM EST3:11 PM CT1:11 UAE (+1)16:11 ET19:11 - Brent was convicted of intoxication manslaughter Wednesday for a fiery wreck that killed his teammate and close friend, Jerry Brown.
Analysis: Brent, 25, showed no reaction when he learned the verdict. He was led from the courtroom in handcuffs in front of crying family members who were in the front row of the courtroom gallery. He faces up to 20 years in prison, though he could also get probation. The sentencing phase was scheduled to begin on Thursday.
|July 18 10:18 AM PT11:18 AM MT12:18 PM CT1:18 PM ET17:18 GMT1:18 AM 北京时间10:18 AM MST12:18 PM EST12:18 PM CT21:18 UAE13:18 ET16:18 - Brent says he is retiring from football as he faces trial for a fatal crash that killed a teammate.
Analysis: Brent's agent, Peter Schaffer, said Thursday that the 25-year-old Brent was "taking care of his priorities." Brent is charged with intoxication manslaughter in a December crash that killed Jerry Brown, a Cowboys practice squad player and close friend. Police say Brent was driving drunk the night of the crash. Brent has since tested positive for marijuana twice while on bond. He was released from jail earlier this month.
|July 8 9:40 AM PT10:40 AM MT11:40 AM CT12:40 PM ET16:40 GMT12:40 AM 北京时间9:40 AM MST11:40 AM EST11:40 AM CT20:40 UAE12:40 ET15:40 - Brent has been released from jail, where he landed after testing positive for drugs while free on an intoxication manslaughter charge.
Analysis: Prosecutors filed a motion to have Brent's $100,000 bond revoked after two drug tests indicated marijuana in his system. He was jailed June 27. A judge had discretion on how long to keep Brent in custody before trial later this year.
|July 3 9:00 PM PT10:00 PM MT11:00 PM CT12:00 AM ET4:00 GMT12:00 PM 北京时间9:00 PM MST11:00 PM EST11:00 PM CT8:00 UAE0:00 ET3:00 - The Dallas County district attorney says he's not surprised that Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent failed two drug tests while out on bond facing an intoxication manslaughter charge.
Analysis: Brent was charged after a December car crash that killed practice squad player Jerry Brown. Court records show his bond was revoked after he tested positive twice for marijuana. District Attorney Craig Watkins told KRLD-FM last week that it's clear to him that Brent is struggling with addiction. Watkins says that Brent "still uses alcohol and illicit drugs," and he wants him jailed for the crash. Those comments drew protests from Brent's attorney, George Milner.
|June 7 11:31 AM PT12:31 PM MT1:31 PM CT2:31 PM ET18:31 GMT2:31 AM 北京时间11:31 AM MST1:31 PM EST1:31 PM CT22:31 UAE14:31 ET17:31 - Brent tested positive for marijuana while he awaits trial in a car crash that killed a teammate, prosecutors said Thursday in asking a judge to revoke the player's $100,000 bond and issue a warrant for his arrest.
Analysis: Police have accused Brent of driving with a blood-alcohol content more than twice the legal limit during the Dec. 8 car crash that killed Jerry Brown, a Cowboys practice squad player. Brent is required to wear an alcohol ankle monitor and appear for regular meetings with a county officer.
|May 24 8:43 AM PT9:43 AM MT10:43 AM CT11:43 AM ET15:43 GMT11:43 PM 北京时间8:43 AM MST10:43 AM EST10:43 AM CT19:43 UAE11:43 ET14:43 - A judge has ordered more alcohol monitoring for a Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle awaiting trial on an intoxicated manslaughter charge. Brent is charged in the Dec. 8 crash that killed Jerry Brown Jr., a Cowboys' practice squad player. Police say Brent's blood-alcohol level was twice the legal limit.
Analysis: Brent appeared in court Friday for a hearing. He's been free on $100,000 bond, but prosecutors say he violated the terms of his release by setting off an alcohol monitoring device and failing to download data from it as required. Judge Robert Burns said Friday that he would not raise Brent's bond, but ordered the extra monitoring.
|May 23 2:23 PM PT3:23 PM MT4:23 PM CT5:23 PM ET21:23 GMT5:23 AM 北京时间2:23 PM MST4:23 PM EST4:23 PM CT1:23 UAE (+1)17:23 ET20:23 - Prosecutors say Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent has violated conditions of his bond and want it revoked pending trial on an intoxicated manslaughter charge. Brent is free on a $100,000 bond after being charged in the Dec. 8 crash that killed practice squad player Jerry Brown Jr., a passenger in the car. Police say Brent had a blood-alcohol level twice the legal limit for driving.
Analysis: Prosecutors allege Brent violated conditions of his release by tampering with a device that monitors his body for the presence of alcohol. That device raised one such alert. A hearing is scheduled for Friday morning on the bond revocation motion. Brent's football career remains on hold pending the outcome of this case. He's scheduled for a fall trial date.
|Mar. 26 8:43 AM PT9:43 AM MT10:43 AM CT11:43 AM ET15:43 GMT11:43 PM 北京时间8:43 AM MST10:43 AM EST9:43 AM CT19:43 UAE11:43 ET14:43 - Brent faces a Sept. 23 trial on an intoxication manslaughter charge in a car wreck that killed a teammate.
Analysis: Prosecutors in Dallas on Monday confirmed the trial date over the Dec. 8 crash in Irving that killed practice squad player Jerry Brown Jr. Brent's football career is on hold while his case is in the courts. The Cowboys at the end of last season put Brent on the reserve non-football injury list.
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