Not even 24 hours after he made the game-saving interception of Tom Brady in a Bengals victory, the trial has started for cornerback Adam Jones, who is charged with assaulting a woman at a nightclub over the summer.
Here’s a pic of Adam Jones in court. Attorney tells me he’s ready to go to trial, declined to say more@wcpo pic.twitter.com/rhG4yFGsfG
— Shannon Kettler (@SKettlerWCPO) October 7, 2013
Witness testimony began today, and the first round of those have concluded:
Adam Jones trial recessed for lunch. First witness concludes testimony. @local12
— Larry Davis (@LarryDavisWKRC) October 7, 2013
Jones has pleaded not guilty and was released shortly after his June arrest. He is accused of hitting a 34-year-old woman at a downtown Cincinnati nightclub. A police report listed the injury as minor.
Because of Jones’ previous legal troubles, he may be handed a small suspension from the NFL at some point next season, as there may not be and closure in this case in time for the league to suspend Jones over it.
He previously pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct after he shouted profanities and tried to pull away as police arrested him at a Cincinnati bar in 2011.