Nor is there any scheduled hearing today
Miami (EFE) .- Pablo Lyle’s trial in Miami, Florida, for the death of a man with whom he argued about a traffic issue scheduled for August, was adjourned again to a date that Not established yet, he informed yesterday, a judicial source.
Similarly, the hearing scheduled for today was adjourned.
Accused of involuntary manslaughter, the actor’s trial in South Florida was set for August 2.
On March 31, 2019, Lyle defeated the 63-year-old Cuban Juan Ricardo Hernández, who died in a hospital four days later.
That day Lyle was on his way to Miami airport with his son in a vehicle driven by his son-in-law Lucas Delfino when they came across a car driven by Hernandez.
At a traffic light, Cuba turns out to reprimand Delfino for a maneuver he had made.
In the midst of that discussion, Lyle got out of the car and hit Hernandez, who, according to images collected by security cameras from a nearby gas station, immediately collapsed. The sixty-year-old died in a hospital four days later. A forensic report revealed that Hernandez died from “complications from blunt trauma.”