What’s next for Ray Rice? The Ravens star works to move past a violent encounter with his wife. The football player’s lawyer admits it was a mistake and a lapse in judgment.
A New Jersey court confirms Ravens running back Ray Rice has been accepted into a Pretrial Intervention Program.
With all the talk about the Ravens draft and people wondering who will be a good pick and who will be a bust, something occurred to me.
Bob Lytle joins Ed and Steve to discuss whats next for Ray Rice after pleading not guilty during his arraignment.
Ravens running back Ray Rice pleaded not guilty Thursday to aggravated assault charges for allegedly punching and knocking out his then-girlfriend, Janay Palmer, in an Atlantic City casino elevator.
Baltimore Sun crime reporter Justin Fenton on the Ray Rice arraignment.
Criminal defense attorney Joseph Levin, who is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Criminal Trial Attorney, joined Zinno on Last Call to discuss the case.
Matt Zenitz joined Vinny and Rob to talk Ravens.
A court date is set for Ravens star Ray Rice.
One day after Ray Rice is indicted on aggravated assault charges for allegedly punching and knocking out his girlfriend, the couple ties the knot.
Ravens star Ray Rice is facing a more serious charge after allegedly striking his fiancee. Now, facing the threat of jail time, his image is also at stake.
Former prosecutor Robert Lytle joins Ed and Steve to discuss the current state of the Ravens and the Ray Rices’ legal situation.