U-M receiver Jerald Robinson to return to court in July as his lawyer waits for video
University of Michigan sophomore wide receiver Jerald Robinson, facing a vandalism charge, will return to court once again in July as his lawyer waits for video of the February incident.
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Robinson was in court for a pretrial hearing Monday morning in front of District Court Judge Elizabeth Pollard Hines. It’s another adjournment in the case that began when Robinson was charged with malicious destruction of property worth more than $200 but less than $1,000 on Feb. 4.
Robinson is accused of destroying a parking gate arm at a parking garage. Douglas E. Lewis, Robinson’s lawyer, indicated he is still waiting for video evidence.
Robinson is scheduled to appear again at 9 a.m. July 16.
The Canton, Ohio, native participated in all of Michigan’s spring camp activities and is a leading candidate to start at one of the receiver spots in the fall.
He faces a maximum of one year in jail and a $2,000 fine if convicted.