Lorenzen Wright Rumors

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Lorenzen Wright
Lorenzen Wright
Position: -
Born: 11/04/75
Height: 6-11 / 2.11
Weight:240 lbs. / 108.9 kg.
Earnings: $55,216,995 ($77,897,544*)
The twin sons of slain former NBA player Lorenzen Wright will be the focus of an upcoming installment of ESPN’s E60 series, the network told The Commercial Appeal. The program is scheduled to air at 8 p.m. on July 14 on ESPN – although that is subject to change – with Lisa Salters reporting. Memphis basketball coach Penny Hardaway is among those who was interviewed for the show.
Storyline: Lorenzen Wright Death
A judge reset a hearing on Tuesday to address a request by the ex-wife of slain NBA player Lorenzen Wright to throw out her guilty plea in his 2010 killing in Memphis, Tennessee. Sherra Wright filed a petition for relief of conviction or sentence after her surprise guilty plea to facilitation of murder in July 2019. She has asked Shelby County Criminal Court Judge Lee Coffee — who approved her guilty plea in Lorenzen Wright’s slaying and sentenced her to 30 years in prison — to hold an evidentiary hearing on her petition. A hearing had been scheduled for Tuesday but it was rescheduled by her attorney and Coffee for July 6.
A judge reset a hearing on Tuesday to address a request by the ex-wife of slain NBA player Lorenzen Wright to throw out her guilty plea in his 2010 killing in Memphis, Tennessee. Sherra Wright filed a petition for relief of conviction or sentence after her surprise guilty plea to facilitation of murder in July 2019. She has asked Shelby County Criminal Court Judge Lee Coffee — who approved her guilty plea in Lorenzen Wright’s slaying and sentenced her to 30 years in prison — to hold an evidentiary hearing on her petition.
Storyline: Lorenzen Wright Death Law
A Tennessee judge Wednesday set a 2022 trial date for a man charged with conspiring with the ex-wife of Lorenzen Wright to kill the former NBA player nearly 11 years ago in Memphis. Shelby County Criminal Court Judge Lee Coffee told Billy Ray Turner that his trial in Wright’s slaying is scheduled to begin Jan. 31. Turner’s trial had been set for October 2020, but it was postponed after the Tennessee Supreme Court suspended trials last year because of the coronavirus pandemic. The state’s high court said in February that trials could resume after March 31.