Former Michigan defensive back Jourdan Lewis had a trial date set on a domestic violence charge Wednesday after appearing briefly in court.
According to MLive.com, an Ann Arbor-based judge set a final settlement date for July 6 and a trial date of July 10.
Lewis’ attorney, Ann Arbor-based John Shea, told Judge Elizabeth Hines that they have not been able to reach a resolution with the prosecution as far as a plea deal goes and requested the trial.
Hines set a final settlement date of July 6 and a trial date of July 10. Jury selection would being on that date. The actual trial would begin either later in the day, or on July 11 depending on how long jury selection takes, Hines said.
Shea told Hines that Lewis has adhered to all the conditions probation, including no contact with the woman who accused Lewis of assaulting her.
The Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office ordered a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence March 15 against Lewis, who entered a not guilty plea the following day when he was arraigned.
Lewis, who is expected to be drafted later this month, earned multiple All-America honors last fall with the Wolverines after picking off two passes and tallying 18 tackles. Lewis was named the Big Ten defensive back of the year.
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