Kiara Jenai Kilgo-Washington, who also goes by Rudy Washington, has been fighting the release of her medical records through her attorney.
A preliminary hearing was postponed Thursday in former Raiders player Henry Ruggs’ fatal DUI case, his defense attorney said.
The girlfriend of former Raiders player Henry Ruggs is asking a judge to prevent the release of her medical records related to the alleged fatal DUI crash.
“Tina is a hero, and she should be remembered as a hero,” said her uncle Pedja Komazec, saying that her death could have averted a more catastrophic crash further along the road.
In a speech posted online, Alabama coach Nick Saban argued the importance of leadership in general and related it to Henry Ruggs’ fatal car crash.
A mural honoring Tina Tintor and her dog Max, who were killed in a fiery crash involving then-Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs in November, has been unveiled in Las Vegas.
A lawyer for ex-Las Vegas Raiders player Henry Ruggs told a judge he has received body-worn camera video from police who arrived after a high-speed crash that killed a woman.
A Las Vegas Justice of the Peace on Thursday said a judge should not have blocked prosecutors from accessing the medical records of former Raiders star Henry Ruggs’ girlfriend.
Lawyers for the former Raiders wide receiver updated a judge on Thursday morning on the status of the case.
Tina Tintor died of “thermal injuries” after a fiery wreck on the morning of Nov. 2 involving former Raiders player Henry Ruggs, the Clark County coroner’s office rules.
A Las Vegas judge says he will only allow prosecutors to access the results of Henry Ruggs’ blood tests and have a medical professional testify in the ex-Raiders’ fatal DUI case.
A Las Vegas judge is set to decide on Thursday if prosecutors will be able to access former Raider Henry Ruggs’ medical records or call medical professionals to testify.
A judge ordered the measure Monday after former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs missed a daily test ordered as part of his home arrest in his fatal DUI case.
A Las Vegas judge ordered Henry Ruggs to appear in court again next week after she said the former Raiders’ wide receiver missed an alcohol test.
Defense attorneys for former Raiders star Henry Ruggs argued in court papers filed Monday that turning over his medical records to prosecutors violates doctor-patient privilege.