Trial date for assault case involving Lady Vol Jannah Tucker rescheduled for May

The initial trial date for a domestic assault case in which Tennessee women’s basketball player Jannah Tucker is the alleged victim has been moved to May 12.

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johnlg00 writes:

Best wishes to Jannah for putting all this behind her as soon as possible. If she can get herself right physically and emotionally, she could be a huge factor in a strong championship run next year.

Theo writes:

in response to johnlg00:

Best wishes to Jannah for putting all this behind her as soon as possible. If she can get herself right physically and emotionally, she could be a huge factor in a strong championship run next year.

So agree John. This is a sobering and perspective building article. I know this sounds like a neandrethal(sp) comment but how Jannah's Father and Brother are not in jail is beyond me. They are better people than I.
But yes, let's look to better days ahead for Jannah as she becomes an important part of a very strong LV team.

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