Chris Brown Won't Be Tried Until Wednesday

(Washington, DC) -- The misdemeanor assault trial of R&B singer Chris Brown won't begin until Wednesday. Mark Geragos is Brown's attorney.

The trial in DC Superior Court was supposed to begin Monday afternoon but it's being postponed because Brown's bodyguard, Chris Hollosy, was found guilty of misdemeanor assault Monday morning and won't testify in Brown's trial until his appeal has been considered. While Brown has been sent back to jail, prosecutors will think about granting Hollosy immunity so he can appear on the witness stand in Brown's trial. Hollosy is scheduled to be sentenced June 25th.
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Brown's attorney, Mark Geragos, explains why they need Hollosy to take the witness stand.