New York jet horns Darrelle Revis was charged with four felonies on Friday night and was charged with a rebellion in Pittsburgh last weekend. He began issuing non-monetary bonds to police on Friday night.
Revis’s next court date will be Thursday.
As part of Friday’s nomination, All-Pro was ordered to appear at all hearings and instructed them not to have any contact with the alleged victim and witness – not even on social media. He has 72 hours to submit his passport.
Revis did not answer questions from the media, he entered the Pittsburgh City Courthouse on Friday at 7:20 pm. He was accompanied by lawyer Blaine Jones and his family.
Jones told ESPN before the referee, and he thought Revis had a “very good situation”. He describes his clients as serious, melancholy and “ready to answer allegations.”
Lawyers also said that Revis only retained Jones’s pre-trial service and that he left the case after Friday night. Bobby Del Greco will be Revis’s lawyer. Draegerko on behalf of Pittsburgh Steelers assistant coach Joey Potter last month, Potter allegedly participated in the riots outside the Pittsburgh Bar. In addition to the two least serious allegations, all allegations were eventually abandoned.
Police on Thursday received Revis’s two counts of aggravated attacks, a felony of each robbery and conspiracy, and a number of misdemeanor terrorist threats.
The incident took place at 2:43 am Eastern time in Pittsburgh’s popular south. Two 21-year-old and 22-year-old men told the police that Revis played them in the oral debate. According to the police, eyewitnesses said the two men were unconscious for 10 minutes.
The 22-year-old Dallas Cousins from Kittainen, Pennsylvania, walked in a street when he found a man like Reeves. Cousins face Revis, who recognizes his identity. At that moment, Cousins began recording video on his cell phone and continued to follow the NFL star.
“At some point, Revis snatched the phone and tried to remove the video,” the police said.
Zacheriah Jarvis, 21, from Ross Township, Pennsylvania, is a cousin roommate to help retrieve the phone, police said. Then there was a controversy. An unidentified person to help Revis. The other two told the police that they were “hit, and then remembered to wake up with the police.”
A witness, Nathan Watt, told the police that Revis was close to Watt after Cousins and Jarvis were knocked down. Watt quoted Revis said, “I have more people coming. The complaint added that Revis” step by step on his face, had an aggressive attitude on his face, fist clenched and said, “You want next?
Watt said he did not know Levis or helped him down the cousins and Jarvis’s people, telling the police, “I do not know that happened very quickly.
Officials watch the mobile video at the scene and confirm that the person is Revis. The police said the video “shows Revis leaving the group and Cousins follow him, describing what Revis is wearing.” The video shows Revis standing in front of the White Eagle Bar and saying, “Why are you following me?” Before the video stops several times.
These men said they later took them to the hospital where the cousin was diagnosed with orbital fractures.
Revis and the unidentified person left the area on a truck, Watt told the police.
911 issued three calls, one of which came from cousin. A taxi driver and a resident also called 911, said they saw two people in the street coma.
Jones, Revis’s chief attorney said on Thursday that cornerback was “at least five people in a team’s personal attack at the site” and was “all the victims of all this.”
As one of the most successful players of the NFL, Revis faces an uncertain future for the jet. After a disappointing season – he called it the worst career – 31 years old could be a salary cap casualties in the next few weeks. He will receive a $ 2 million bonus on March 11 plus a base salary of $ 13 million (including a security deposit of $ 6 million).