ENGLEWOOD CO. — The Arapahoe County (Colorado), district attorney's office filed a motion for dismissal of all chargesWide receiver She was arrested on a misdemeanor domestic assault charge earlier this month.
A hearing in this case was originally scheduled for Tuesday, but it was canceled due to the motion of the district attorney. The charges must be formally dismissed by a judge, but this is possible after the decision of the district attorney.
Harvey Steinberg was Jeudy’s lawyer and stated to ESPN: “After reviewing all the evidence, I believed that no crime had occurred and that all charges would not be filed.”
Jeudy (23 years old) was initially arrested on May 12 for second-degree criminal interference with a domestic violence enhancementr. This is a misdemeanor. Jeudy was held for a night at Arapahoe County Jail. He was later released on $1,500 personal recognizance bond. Jeudy was allowed contact with his mother, who is his 1-month-old baby.
Tyler Brown, Arapahoe County Sheriff, said that the incident involved only property and no property damage.
Colorado law added the domestic violence enhancement to the charge due to the fact that the incident involved Jeudy's daughter's property. Colorado law also states that domestic violence and domestic violence enhancer charges are not subject to bond until the defendant appears before a judge.
Brown claimed that Jeudy stopped Brown from obtaining several items. These included the woman's wallet and medical information. Jeudy claimed that the woman had stolen one of his phones. Jeudy told police that the woman had taken one of his phones. The woman stated to a judge that she didn't wish for charges to be brought.
Jeudy is a regular attendee of the Broncos' offseason program. Jeudy was a Broncos' first round pick in the 2020 NFL draft.
This past season, he missed six games due to an ankle injury. He finished the season with 38 receptions for 467 yard and no touchdowns.