Braylon Edwards’s day in court will have to wait until January. The announcement was made by Jenny Vrentas of NJ.com.
“Braylon Edwards’ driving while intoxicated case has been adjourned until Jan. 11, to allow his attorney and the Manhattan district attorney’s office time to file motions,” wrote Vrentas. “Edwards is charged with two counts of driving while intoxicated, and possible outcomes are a plea deal, an acquittal or a maximum penalty of up to a year of jail time. Edwards was pulled over on Manhattan’s West Side early on the morning of Sept. 21 and, according to the criminal complaint, had a blood-alcohol content of .16 — twice the legal limit.
“The defense’s motions are due Dec. 1, and the District Attorney’s office submit theirs at the Jan. 11 court date.”