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Josh Brent Sentenced to 180 Days in Prison, 10 Years Probation

Josh Brent has been sentenced to 180 days in jail after being found guilty of intoxication manslaughter, stemming from a Dec. 2012 car crash that killed teammate Jerry Brown. He faced a possible 20-year sentence. Report via Chicago Tribune

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Josh Brent Guilty Of Intoxication Manslaughter

Josh Brent has been found guilty of intoxication manslaughter after a December 2012 crash that killed teammate Jerry Brown.

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Josh Brent Was On The Dallas Sideline Sunday

Despite the current charge of intoxication manslaughter hanging over his head after friend and fellow teammate Jerry Brown died in a car accident caused by Brent, his Cowboys teammates wanted him on the sideline Sunday.

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Witness Claims Josh Brent "Abandoned" Jerry Brown

What's already been a terrible story takes a turn for the worse.

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Josh Brent Released On Bond

Bond set at $500,000. His attorney says that's the kind of bond you get in a capital murder case.

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