PWInsider have actually shared some information on Jeff Hardy’s DUI case. The hearing lastly proceeded the other day after many hold-ups. Hardy was not present at the hearing himself, however his lawyer represented him.
As an outcome of the hearing, a case management conference has actually been arranged for February 23rd at 1:30 pm. A case management conference (or a CMC) is when both sides, the attorneys, and the judge satisfy to speak about how to deal with the case. Many civil cases have a CMC and it typically occurs in between 120 and 180 days from filing of the claim. There will likewise be depositions next week with the policeman associated with the case.
Jeff was apprehended on June 28th, 2022 on charges of:
- DUI (Alcohol or Drugs)
- Third offense within 10 years,
- Driving while license canceled/suspended/revoked
- Offense of limitations put on chauffeur’s license
The DUI charge is a felony under Florida law, punishable for as much as 5 years in jail. The other charges are misdemeanors.
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