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Wrestling_Deluxe_08
09-09-2010, 12:32 PM
TNA wrestler Jeff Hardy is due back in North Carolina Superior Court today. Hardy still faces four separate felony and misdemeanor counts stemming from his 2009 arrest for alleged drug possession.

Hardy’s case has been continued several times in 2010. The result is that Hardy’s court appearance today is two days shy of the one-year mark since his arrest on September 11, 2009.

Following his arrest, Hardy was charged with three separate counts related to alleged drug possession. A fourth charge – conspiracy to traffic opium – was added in January 2010.

Hardy’s scheduled appearance at Moore County Superior Court this morning in Carthage, N.C. follows a four-day stretch of TNA PPV and Impact tapings in Orlando, Fla. He is not scheduled for TNA’s weekend house show tour that begins on Friday.

The list of charges Hardy is faced with is as follows:

Count 1 – Felony drug trafficking, Two felony charges of possession of a Schedule III controlled substance or drug.

Count 2 – Felony possession of cocaine, Felony maintaining a dwelling for redistribution of controlled substances.

Count 3 – Misdemeanor Possession of drug paraphernalia.

Count 4 – Conspiracy to traffic opium (newly added January 2010).

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I wouldn't be surprised if it gets pushed back again, but I highly doubt it. It has been pushed back long enough.

Well, lets see how lucky Hardy is. If he gets cleared of ALL those charges - then he has got to be the luckiest bastard in the world.

westy
09-09-2010, 01:56 PM
Lets hope the jury and judge are TNA fans.

jhorton1215
09-09-2010, 02:27 PM
Honestly, I'd love for the judge and jury to be non-biased and give Hardy what he deserves.

MrNolan
09-09-2010, 03:38 PM
I just think its lame on Hardy's part to talk down on WWE for letting him go. Right now, he is a black mark on any well established organization because of this case. I would like to see him beat this case but another side of me sees an idiot that will probably go back to doing the same thing, only more secretively. You've got the money, the fame and the respect but you've still got to do the dumb shit too.

WFâ„¢ - Original Member!
09-09-2010, 03:53 PM
From a Wrestling fans point of view I definitely want to see him beat this, however, as a human being, I don't want to see anyone get away with anything they shouldn't get away with

Champ
09-09-2010, 05:17 PM
I just think its lame on Hardy's part to talk down on WWE for letting him go. Right now, he is a black mark on any well established organization because of this case. I would like to see him beat this case but another side of me sees an idiot that will probably go back to doing the same thing, only more secretively. You've got the money, the fame and the respect but you've still got to do the dumb shit too.

FYI, Jeff wasn't let go from WWE this last time. He left on his own terms. The thing that he talked down on WWE about was exploiting his drug issues by having CM Punk acknowledge it on live TV.

NightWolf
09-09-2010, 08:58 PM
FYI, Jeff wasn't let go from WWE this last time. He left on his own terms. The thing that he talked down on WWE about was exploiting his drug issues by having CM Punk acknowledge it on live TV.

Yeah that was really uncalled for. An I think after that the WWE tried to bring him back for a match against Punk at Wrestlemania, but showed up at TNA's back door instead.

Venom_TAg
09-09-2010, 10:37 PM
The thing everyone keeps forgetting is CM Punk was promoting the new Jeff Hardy Dvd when he was talking about his drug issues, which Hardys cut from these dvds probably bought the drugs with.

TheDevilsAdvocate
09-10-2010, 04:58 AM
The thing everyone keeps forgetting is CM Punk was promoting the new Jeff Hardy Dvd when he was talking about his drug issues, which Hardys cut from these dvds probably bought the drugs with.

I'm sure Jeff knew that. He was just upset about CM Punk telling the world about his drug problems when the world pretty much already knew about it.

AGEOFFALL
09-11-2010, 02:50 AM
So what was the verdict?

Wrestling_Deluxe_08
09-11-2010, 06:18 PM
Well as of right now, nothing has been reported about it. :/ When something comes up, I'll post it up as soon as possible.

Belzova
09-13-2010, 12:55 PM
I hope he goes free

Its sad to think that if he gets arrested he would be in jail while his baby grows up without him

IrkenInvader
09-13-2010, 07:08 PM
I hope he goes free

Its sad to think that if he gets arrested he would be in jail while his baby grows up without him

That would suck for Beth. Having to take care of a child with out the father there. He would be out in a few years, so he would still have the time to build a good relationship with the kid.

WFâ„¢ - Original Member!
09-13-2010, 07:42 PM
While I'd agree it would be sad for a baby to grow its first few years without a father, it would be equally as tragic for a baby to be brought up around a father who is constantly abusing drugs, regardless of how this trial goes, I just hope this baby can bring some much needed fulfillment to Jeff's life and he doesn't need to use in order to feel high

THEKEVINBRAND
09-16-2010, 11:03 AM
A wrestlimng news site has been in contact with individuals on the ground in North Carolina for a legal update on TNA wrestler Jeff Hardy.

The update they provided is no date is currently set for Hardy's next Superior Court court appearance in Moore County, N.C. following his scheduled appearance on Thursday, September 9.

Hardy's appearance on Thursday was not a trial proceeding, but an administrative court appearance. They have a call in to the District Attorney's office in Moore County seeking further clarification on the next stage in the legal process.

-- Since being indicted on drug possession charges earlier this year, Hardy has been required to appear in-person to show the court that he is stable. Our understanding is the case has been continued several times with Hardy simply having to make an appearance before the court on a regular basis.

-- Hardy was arrested in September 2009 and eventually indicted on the charges of felony and misdemeanor drug possession in January 2010.

According to one individual we spoke to who covers legal proceedings in North Carolina, the reason for the stiff charges was due to previous cases in North Carolina setting precedent for harsh penalties where alleged drug possession and drug trafficking are involved.

Due to Hardy possessing excessive amounts of prescription drugs and steroids at the time of his arrest (262 Vicodin prescription pills, 180 Soma prescription pills, and 555 milliliters of anabolic steroids), he was slapped with charges that included felony drug trafficking, felony possession, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, and conspiracy to traffic opium.

Wrestling_Deluxe_08
09-17-2010, 10:45 PM
-- Jeff Hardy's next court hearing in the ongoing criminal case against him in Superior Court of Moore County in North Carolina will be on October 25. It is believed that Hardy's case had another continuance this week.

That was just posted by Ryan. So it looks like it got extended another month. :/ Wow.