Prosecution in Chris Brown Assault Case Wants Trial Moved Up

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Chris Brown may have just made it out of jail, but a prosecutor might be trying to make him face more charges sooner rather than later.

BET reports that the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia has filed a request to move Brown’s Washington, D.C. trial to an earlier date — by the end of this month, in fact.

The trial stems from an incident last year in which Brown allegedly attacked a person who photobombed a picture outside a hotel in the city last year. His bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy, was involved as well, and was found guilty of assault.

Related: Chris Brown Released from Jail After a Month

The singer’s lawyer, Mark Geragos, has maintained that, despite Brown admitting to the incident as a violation of his parole, causing more jail time, it doesn’t mean he’s actually guilty.


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