BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – Former Crimson Tide basketball player Darius Miles remains behind bars in Tuscaloosa for his role in the death of Birmingham’s mother Jamea Harris, but court records state eat Miles. didn’t pull the trigger, just put the gun down.
Criminal Defense Attorney Tommy Spina say it is because of the concept in our laws called “help and cooperation”.
Spina said, in fact, you are responsible for the actions of those people who can be seen committing a crime.
So in this case, since the investigators said that Miles admitted that he gave the gun to Michael Lynn Davis, and it is believed that Davis fired the gun, and Harris was killed, and then all of them were charged.
Spina also emphasized that the situation is capital in nature because the gun was fired in a residential car, which automatically improves the charges to capital.
“Remember that the only thing we are doing now is whether there is any reason to charge him with this crime. Probable cause is a proven condition and is only at the lowest level of the lowest level of evidence,” Spina said.
Spina emphasized that the process will be slow. Currently, the two are staying behind in Tuscaloosa to await a preliminary hearing, which has not yet been scheduled.
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