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Preliminary hearing set for Alvin Kamara and others UPDATE: Bengals claim Lammons

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I am surprised it took this long to get to this point.

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Ray - Here's the timeline:

 

ProFootballTalk reports that Alvin Kamara's April 25th hearing has been moved to August 1st.

Kamara and three others are facing a felony charge as a result of an incident that occurred the night before the Pro Bowl, resulting in Kamara's arrest for "battery resulting in substantial bodily harm." The lawyers for Kamara and the other defendants had requested additional time to review evidence, pushing the hearing back until August. The NFL is likely to let the legal situation play out before administering a suspension or fine related to the charges.

 

 

Alvin Kamara's court hearing for felony battery was postponed 60 days. 

Kamara's hearing, officially for felony battery resulting in substantial bodily harm and conspiracy to commit battery, will begin on September 29th. That is if it doesn't get postponed for the fourth time. With the hearing beginning nearly a month into the regular season, it's possible that Kamara doesn't face a suspension until the 2023 season. The tide is turning in favor of Kamara being a substantial value as a high-end RB2. In just 13 games last year, Kamara set a career-high in touches and totaled 1,337 yards.

 

 

Alvin Kamara's court hearing for felony battery has been delayed until November 9th.

Kamara's hearing was last delayed on August 1st, with lawyers for both sides meeting again on Thursday. According to reporter David Charns, no defendants were present at today's hearing, with lawyers reportedly coordinating a meeting for negotiations. It appears Kamara will continue to dodge a suspension this season but could be up for a suspension in 2023 once this case finally gets settled.

 

 

The judge in Alvin Kamara's court case has continued the negotiations hearing for 60 days.

The next date for Kamara's case is set for January 23, 2023. Kamara was arrested the weekend of the Pro Bowl for allegedly assaulting a man while in Las Vegas for the event. The case has been pushed back multiple times and will not have any impact on Kamara's ability to play in the remainder of the 2022 season. A trial date has been set for March 1, 2023.

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so basically he has repeatedly delayed in the hopes he can make as much money as possible before being suspended?

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its nice to get out of jail with a grub stake.

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