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Jeff Hardy To Appear In Court Next Week

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Next week, Jeff Hardy is expected in court.

Following a recent adjournment at the request of his lawyers, the AEW star will appear at a pre-trial hearing on December 21.

The hearing pertains Hardy’s arrest on Monday, June 14. He was taken into custody in Florida and accused with DUI, driving while suspended and violating licence restrictions. Yahoo describes the infraction as “a requirement that required him to maintain an Ignition Interlock Device—a handheld breathalyser that stops users from starting their vehicle after consuming alcohol—in his car.”

According to Florida law, Hardy may spend up to five years in jail if found guilty. He filed this back on June 28 and entered a plea of not guilty.



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Now, if the course remains on the right track, Hardy will finally appear before the judge on December 21. Jeff’s brother, Matt, recently opened up about his brother’s ongoing legal situation. “He’s basically doing the same thing he’s been doing,”

Matt revealed on “The Extreme Life of Matt Hardy.” “He’s doing exactly what he needs to be doing to get to where he needs to be in life. More or less, we’ve just got to get these legal issues behind him before we move forward. So that’s kind of where we’re at with Jeff and we’re hoping that happens sooner rather than later.”

Matt continued, saying his brother “seems to be in a really good place” now, which he described as a “very nice and refreshing” change. While Jeff, Hardy is set for his upcoming pre-trial hearing, Matt is hopeful to “get him back to where he belongs,” noting that a return to professional wrestling would make him “very happy.”


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