Seahawks backup quarterback Trevone Boykin’s case in Bexar County, Texas, closed with him avoiding jail time and any finding of guilt. He had been facing the possibility of revocation of his probation there. Boykin still has a court hearing in Dallas rescheduled for Aug. 22, in his second case from this offseason.
Seahawks backup quarterback Trevone Boykin’s case in Bexar County, Texas, closed with him avoiding jail time and any finding of guilt. He had been facing the possibility of revocation of his probation there. Boykin still has a court hearing in Dallas rescheduled for Aug. 22, in his second case from this offseason. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
Seahawks backup quarterback Trevone Boykin’s case in Bexar County, Texas, closed with him avoiding jail time and any finding of guilt. He had been facing the possibility of revocation of his probation there. Boykin still has a court hearing in Dallas rescheduled for Aug. 22, in his second case from this offseason. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
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July 19, 2017 02:55 PM

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