• Adam 'Pacman' Jones' assault trial continued

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Oct 8, 2013
    Less than 24 hours after the Cincinnati Bengals beat the New England Patriots on Sunday, one Bengals player - cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones - is on trial for assault. Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones punched a woman in the head after she poured beer on his shoulder to stop him from using profanity toward her and her friends, a prosecutor said Monday at the start of the player's trial on an assault charge. When Hamilton County Municipal Court Judge Robert Taylor handed down a “not guilty” verdict Tuesday afternoon in the two-day misdemeanor assault trial of Adam Jones , the Bengals avoided the nightmare scenario some had envisioned early this summer. Jones is charged with misdemeanor assault stemming from the dispute outside a downtown Cincinnati bar on June 5. The prosecutor said Wesley poured beer on Jones and Jones struck her, knocking her down. "The blow caused her head to snap back," he said, adding that the blow knocked Wesley to the ground.
    • Judge: Bengals' Jones not guilty of assault

      Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was found not guilty on Tuesday of an assault charge accusing him of punching a woman in the head at a nightclub.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Adam Jones found not guilty on assault charges

      Adam Jones was in trouble. Key word: Was. Jones’ agent, Peter Schaffer, tells PFT that Jones was acquitted by a Hamilton County municipal court judge on one charge of misdemeanor assault stemming from an incident occurring outside a Cincinnati bar earli…
  • Pacman's innocence a cautionary tale

    CINCINNATI -- For now, the Cincinnati Bengals can breathe easy. Their great cornerback scare has subsided. When Hamilton County (Ohio) Municipal Court Judge Robert Taylor handed down a “not guilty” verdict Tuesday afternoon in the two-day misdemeanor as…
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Prosecutor says Pacman punched woman

    Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones punched a woman in the head after she poured beer on his shoulder to stop him from using profanity toward her and her friends, a prosecutor said Monday at the start of the player's trial on an assault charge.
    Source: ESPN.com

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