Michigan WR Jerald Robinson delays hearing on destruction of public property charge
Michigan sophomore receiver Jerald Robinson, facing a malicious destruction of personal property charge, has delayed his pretrial hearing.
Robinson appeared in Ann Arbor's 15th District Court on Monday morning, but the stay was brief after his lawyer, Douglas E. Lewis, requested the hearing be moved to June 4. Judge Elizabeth Pollard Hines granted the request.
Robinson failed to appear for a March 23 arraignment hearing, and a warrant was issued for his arrest. He turned himself in to the court April 20.
The sophomore from Canton, Ohio, participated throughout Michigan's spring camp and is considered a leader to start at receiver next year. He declined to comment after the hearing.
Robinson's status with the Wolverines has not changed, according to a program spokesman.