A request to delay an expected June 22 preliminary hearing in Chris Brown’s felony case has been denied by a Los Angeles area judge. The delay request, filed by Brown attorney Mark Geragos, was reportedly filed based upon a presumption that the “Run It” singer’s case would be effected by the result of an ongoing Supreme Court case. According to the Associated Press however, the judge overseeing the case denied the request and expects all parties to be in the courtroom June 22. News of the denied delay request follows an official subpoena that will require Rihanna to appear in court this month. Rihanna, the alleged victim in the case, is likely to divulge pertinent information related to the night that Brown allegedly made criminal threats and committed assault. In related news, Brown’s case could go to trial as early as 30-90 days from June 22 if substantial evidence surfaces during the preliminary hearing.
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