• Boys' Brent off to court for alcohol detection

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated May 24, 2013
    Brent's ankle monitor was set off for alcohol four times in February and March, but both sides agreed Friday that those instances were most likely caused by the presence of alcohol in the air or near Brent not drinking. However, there was no evidence that Brent used alcohol or that he tampered with the device. According to the Dallas County District Attorney's office, Brent's alcohol-monitoring device detected alcohol in his system. A judge in Dallas has ruled that the $100,000 bail paid by Cowboys defensive lineman Josh Brent will not be revoked or increased, according to the Dallas Morning News. Witnesses at Friday's hearing said he had repeatedly missed required times for his ankle monitor to download information, as well as two appointments with the officer.
    Source: ESPN.com
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      Prosecutors still may win the war, but today they lost the battle. A judge in Dallas has ruled that the $100,000 bail paid by Cowboys defensive lineman Josh Brent will not be revoked or increased, according to the Dallas Morning News. Evidence introduce…
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      Source: CNNSI.com

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