Miles Bridges Pleads Not Guilty To Three Felony Domestic Violence Charges, Faces Up To 12 Years Of Prison Time If Convicted

NBA: Charlotte Hornets at Chicago Bulls
Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

Hornets player Miles Bridges officially pleads not guilty to three felony domestic violence charges during his arraignment on Wednesday. Bridges’ next court date is scheduled for August 19th, when a preliminary hearing date is also said to be scheduled. According to the office of the L.A District Attorney, Bridges could face a maximum sentence of 11 years & eight months in prison if he is convicted of all three felony charges.

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