As per reports, All charges against Denver Broncos wide receiver Jerry Jeudy were dropped on Tuesday by an Arapahoe County (Colorado) judge, at the request of the district attorney’s office.
As a result of a motion filed by the Arapahoe County district attorney’s office on Tuesday, Jeudy, who was arrested earlier this month on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge, had his charges against him dropped.
After the district attorney’s motion was granted, Tuesday’s scheduled hearing, in this case, was postponed until Wednesday. According to Jeudy’s lawyer, Harvey Steinberg: “As soon as I saw the evidence, I knew there had been no wrongdoing and that the charges against the defendants would be dropped.
Despite the fact that he won’t be indicted, the NFL has the right to penalize Jeudy for violating the league’s personal conduct policy. “”We’ve been keeping a close eye on all aspects of the situation, which is still being investigated under the personal conduct policy,” a league spokesperson told NFL Network. A misdemeanor charge of second-degree criminal tampering with an enhancer for domestic violence was filed against Jeudy, 23, on May 12th.
In accordance with Colorado law, he spent the night in Arapahoe County Jail and was later released on a $1,500 personal recognizance bond and allowed to have contact with the mother of his 1-month-old child, who is the victim in the case Sheriff Tyler Brown of the Arapahoe County, Colorado, said at the time that no one was hurt during the incident: “No property damage occurred as a result of this incident.”
Due to the fact that the incident involved the mother of Jeudy’s daughter’s property, the domestic violence enhancer was added to the charge in accordance with Colorado law. Additionally, those accused of domestic violence or a domestic violence enhancer in Colorado are held without bond until their court appearance.
Brown claimed that Jeudy prevented the woman from obtaining a wallet, medical information for the child, and a car seat from the woman’s purse. When police arrived, Jeudy told them that the woman had snatched one of his cellphones. The day after the incident, the woman appeared in court and told a judge that she did not intend to press charges. A first-round selection in the 2020 NFL draught, Jeudy was chosen by the Broncos.