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A Dallas grand jury has indicted Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent on the one charge of intoxication manslaughter in the death of teammate and passenger Jerry Brown.
The case will be tried in Dallas County Criminal Court by Judge Robert Burns. There is no date known for the first date for jury selection.Brent does not yet have a trial date.
Brent is out on $100,000 bond, and he has been ordered to wear a monitoring device to ensure he doesn't consume alcohol. Brent is also not allowed to drive.
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