Previous Alabama basketball gamer Darius Miles had his bond rejected for the 2nd time after a bond hearing was held Wednesday at the Tuscaloosa County Court House.
Circuit court judge Daniel Pruet commanded the hearing Wednesday early morning and made the very same choice as a district court judge who likewise rejected bond after an initial hearing in February.
Private investigators think the weapon utilized to eliminate Harris came from Miles, 21, however think Michael Lynn Davis, now 21, shot, per court files. A grand jury arraigned Miles and Davis on capital murder charges in March.
Davis was arranged to have a bond hearing Wednesday too, however this previous week, his lawyer John Robbins sent an application for younger transgressor status. Davis will have a hearing July 21, and Pruet will make a decision after the state finishes a background check.
What’s next for Darius Miles in capital murder case?
The outcome of Wednesday’s hearing didn’t alter the truth that a resistance hearing will likely be the next huge action in the case if the defense chooses to have one.
Mary Turner, Miles’ lawyer, would have an opportunity to argue in front of a judge that Miles acted in self-defense. If the judge eventually figured out that Miles did certainly offer the weapon out of self-defense, then outright resistance would be provided to Miles through Alabama’s stand your ground law and the case versus him would be dismissed.
If not, the case most likely goes to a jury trial at a later date. Or the 2 sides might reach a plea arrangement.