Maui prosecutors are moving to expel a local mishandle allegation against suspended Colorado Rockies shortstop Jose Reyes since his better half isn’t co-working.
Representative Prosecuting Attorney Kerry Glen said she hopes to record archives Wednesday to drop the case. Reyes’ significant other won’t converse with prosecutors or come back to Maui, she said.
“The whining witness, Mr. Reyes’ significant other, is the thing that we call an unco-agent witness,” Glen said. “Now, I have no other road for arraignment.”
Reyes was booked to go to trial April 4. He argued not blameworthy to manhandling a family or family unit part. David Sereno, his Maui safeguard lawyer, couldn’t instantly be gone after remark.
The previous New York Mets shortstop was captured Oct. 31 at the Wailea Four Seasons Resort. As indicated by a recording of a 911 call discharged by police, a lodging security monitor revealed the lady had wounds to her leg and scratches on her neck.
Reyes was discharged in the wake of posting $1,000 safeguard and was requested to avoid his significant other for three days.
Reyes’ significant other repelled demands for co-operation through a Maui lawyer she procured, Glen said.
Glen will request the case to be dropped without bias, which means she’ll have around two years from the date of the asserted offense to refile charges if Reyes’ better half in the end co-works.
“For misdemeanouroffences, we can’t compel an unco-agent observer to return,” Glen said.
Reyes was put on paid leave under Major League Baseball’s new aggressive behavior at home strategy pending finish of the criminal procedures.
The MLB and the players’ affiliation consented to the strategy in August after a progression of prominent abusive behavior at home cases including NFL players. Reyes was the principal player influenced by it.
The MLB declined to remark on prosecutors’ aim to drop the charge against him.
Courtesy: The Globe And Mail