Jussie Smollett Will Go To Trial In November For Fake ‘Hate Crime’ Case
Judge says that because the actor won’t admit he is wrong, he will see him in court.
Jussie Smollett will be going to trial on November 29 for his 2019 alleged “hate crime” case, which proved to be a stunt. He wanted the dismiss but the judge said “no.”
Smollett’s legal representation is still pushing back. His lawyer, Nenye Uche, says that her client should never be charged for this crime, arguing that the case was dismissed in March 2019 and he has already served a portion of his plea deal.
The Honorable James Linn says that he won’t dismiss the case because Smollett will not admit that he did anything wrong.