The verdict will stand in the former Vanderbilt University football player’s case.
Cory Batey has served more than a year of his 15-year prison term. He was sentenced in April 2016.
A jury found Brandon Banks, a former Vanderbilt University football player, guilty of aggravated rape and aggravated sexual battery earlier …
Brandon Banks’ bond was revoked and he was taken into custody immediately after the verdict was read Friday night.
After six hours of deliberating Thursday night, the jury went home. they will continue deliberations Friday morning.
The jury deliberated for six hours until 8 p.m. when a juror told told Judge Monte Watkins the team was tired.
Nashville attorney Rob McGuire, a former assistant district attorney now with his own practice, spoke to Good Morning Nashville about the on…
For the fourth time in four years, the victim at the center of the Vanderbilt rape case testified Wednesday.
Detective Chad Gish with the Metro Nashville Police Department took the stand Tuesday where he described uncovering several graphic cell pho…
Brandon Banks, who was wide receiver on Vanderbilt’s football team at the time of the alleged rape and assault of a female student, faces si…
Worrick Robinson, who represented Cory Batey in the Vanderbilt rape trial, says the defense’s strategy for Brandon Banks leans toward sympat…
Brandon Banks is accused in the 2013 rape of an unconscious student at Vanderbilt University.
Motions filed in the case indicate an attorney for Brandon Banks is preparing to go to trial, instead of a plea deal.
On Thursday, Davidson County Judge Monte Watkins unsealed part of the Vanderbilt football rape case file.
Brandon Banks previously refused an eight-year plea deal in the case.
News 2 has learned Brandon Banks’ trial could be set for June 19, 2017 and he has refused to take an eight-year plea offer.
Brandon Vandenburg will be housed at the Bledsoe Correctional Complex in Pikeville, Tennessee, for an estimated 30 to 60 days.
Worrick Robinson, who defended Cory Batey, is now sharing his experience and how he’s using it to prevent future assaults.
Brandon Vandenburg was sentenced to 17 years in prison for raping an unconscious woman in his dorm room in June 2013.
The postponement comes after his defense team filed new paperwork and prosecutors asked for a new delay so the documents could be reviewed.