Assault Trial To Start On Monday On Markieff And Marcus

by Mike Lorenz Web Designer, SEO/SMO Expert

Two NBA players from the Phoenix franchise are facing felony assault charges and they will be required to see court on Monday to start the process of what they are facing right now; this happened two years ago as they were seen to have beaten someone outside Phoenix’s recreation center. If they are found guilty by the court, these twin brothers will be staying in prison for a maximum for 4 years. And on the same page, NBA will have to discipline them resulting to a minimum of game suspension for 10 days.  The process will be led by 8 members of the jury and it is expected to finish on 10 days or a 10 days trial process.

Now, there is a lot of concern as well on the NBA franchise most especially that their season is now approaching is that on the 26th of September is their training camp concerning that it might affect their performance during their stay in the NBA – this is for both players.  It was said that 36 year old Erik Hood was beaten by 3 people while the Morris brothers came to aid the three in beating Mr. Hood. They were accused of such in the event that happened on the 24th of January 2015. The other individuals that were involved in the beat was already charged guilty by the court with the same charges.

Mr. Hood suffered from abrasions, a fractured nose and there was a large lump as well on his head after he was hanged up on the street after a high school basketball game. Police also stated that everything fired up because of what Mr. Hood texted to the Morris’ brothers mother which was unappropriated. Everything then bloated to proportion which led to the unwanted event which right now led to charges against Marcus and Markieff.

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