Man pleads guilty to multiple charges related to the death of his wife, but that hasn’t stopped him from making a quick buck off his former wife’s death.
Former Texas State University football player Robert Wilson pleaded guilty to murder and conspiracy charges in November after he and his longtime partner of 14 years were accused of killing 29-yea바카라r-old Amy Wilson, along with 12-month-old baby Grace Wilson. According to authorities, Wilson admitted to killing his wife and taking $2.6 million from her, but denied conspiracy to commit murder. He was sentenced to 35 years in prison.
But now he could be leaving prison with only 10 years.
According to an affidavit filed Monday in the Travis County District Court, Wilson is in contempt of court because he failed to appear in court for his hearing. Judge Susan Mudd recently told the Daily Voice that Wilson’s lawyers have been unable to appear on the case due to their ongoing contempt of court proceedings. The judge also told the paper that he believes that the probation officials have violated카지노 사이트 a protective order더킹카지노 protecting the former player from further conduct in relation to the Wilson case. Wilson’s next court date is scheduled for July 18.