Chris Brown may have to report to court for his DC assault trial sooner than expected. While it was originally reported that the case would be delayed for months, that could all soon change thanks to the Prosecutor.
According to TMZ, the Prosecutor in the Chris Brown DC assault trial wants the star in court as soon as possible and wants to use his probation violation as angle for an early trial date.
TMZ has obtained documents filed today by the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia … asking a judge to now make June 25 the start date for the trial … instead of just a status conference. The prosecutor disagrees with Brown’s assertion … and says his admission DOES count as an admission of guilt in this case, and therefore the trial should begin without any further delay.
If the judge agrees, Brown will be back in a D.C. court before the end of the month.