The trial of the Mexican actor paul lyleaccused in a court of Miami of involuntary manslaughter Juan Ricardo Hernandez during a fight that occurred in 2019, it will be next September after several delays.
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In a hearing this Thursday in which the Prosecutor’s Office and the defense of the Mexican were present, both parties gave free rein to hold a final preparatory hearing on September 8 and the start of the trial for the 19th of that month.
The judge Marisa Tinkler Mendezwho said that it will be a trial of three to four days, also spoke about the selection of the jury and addressed in this sense the publicity that the case has had.
Lyle’s attorney, Phil Reizenstein, pointed out that the more jury options the better and stated that the most media coverage the case has had has been in Mexico.
The process, which began in April 2019, has had several delays, some due to the pandemic.
The actor faces a judicial process after beating Hernández, of Cuban origin, on March 31, 2019 and who died four days later in a hospital.
That day Lyle was on his way to the Miami airport with his son in a vehicle driven by his brother-in-law, Lucas Delfino, when they came across the car that Hernández was driving.
At a traffic light, the Cuban got out to reproach Delfino for a maneuver he had done and, in the middle of that discussion, Lyle got out of the car and hit Hernández, who, according to the images collected by the security cameras of a gas station nearby, he collapsed instantly.
With information from EFE