Henry Lagos appeared in court for trial because it was revealed that when the fatal car accident occurred, he was reportedly driving at a speed of 156 miles per hour.
Ruggs was seen wearing a neck brace and face mask after a fatal car accident in Las Vegas at about 3:39 on Tuesday morning.
According to local reporters, during his appearance in court, Lagos was accused of driving at a speed of 156 miles per hour, which Judge Joe Bonaventure said was the highest speed he heard on the bench.
The prosecutor claimed that Ruggs' blood was drawn within two hours, and his alcohol concentration was 0.161, more than twice the legal limit.
Allegedly, the star also illegally possesses guns.
The judge set Ruggs' bail at $150,000, and if he is released, he will receive the highest level of electronic surveillance. Stars will have to abstain from alcohol and other controlled substances.
He was also ordered not to drive and will surrender his passport.
At the hearing, Lagos only said "yes, sir."
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The photo booked by the star showed that he also had a wound on his nose and bruises on his cheekbones.
The NFL star was sent to the University Medical Center for treatment and was not life-threatening.
According to the police, Rudy Washington, his girlfriend, was also in his car and was seriously injured in the crash.
According to the police, preliminary investigations revealed that the front of the Chevrolet collided with the rear of the Toyota Rav4.
Respondents discovered that Toyota was on fire, and the 23-year-old driver was burned to death. The victim was identified as Tina Tintor.
The shocking photos showed the victim's Toyota car being swallowed by flames, the video showed a car being swallowed by a fireball, and another car next to it appeared to be severely damaged.
Two figures can be seen standing next to the vehicle, one sitting on the side of the road, the other pacing in the street.
Las Vegas lawyers David Chesnoff and Richard Schonfeld issued a statement on incidents involving their clients: “At the time of writing, we are conducting our own investigations on behalf of our client Henry Ruggs III, and we ask everyone to collect all facts We reserve judgment before."
During the police investigation, the wreckage of the aircraft caused the Rainbow between Tropicana Avenue and Flamingo Road to be completely closed for several hours.
Largs played college ball at the University of Alabama and was selected by the Raiders in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
The 22-year-old Alabama native is the fastest player in the 2020 NFL Combine Harvester game, completing a 40-yard sprint in 4.27 seconds.
In a statement regarding the fatal accident of their star player, the Raiders said: "The Raiders are aware of the accident involving Henry Lagos III in Las Vegas this morning.
"We are shocked by the loss of life, and we express our condolences and prayers to the families of the victims. We are collecting information and will not comment further at this time."
After the tragic news came out, fans lashed out at Lagos, saying that his career was over after he was involved in a reported fatal crash because the athlete may face 20 years in prison.
"But uh, yes, Henry Lagos' career is over," one user wrote on Twitter after hearing the terrible news.
Another person said, "Henry Lagos is an idiot", while others claim that his "career has been cut."
The National Football League issued a statement on the Ruggs incident, saying: "Our hearts are with the families and friends of the victims of this terrible tragedy."
"We will continue to collect facts and monitor this matter according to our policies, but at this time our thinking is to be with those affected by this devastating event."
Nevada’s law states that “if a person is convicted of causing serious bodily harm or death to another person while driving under the influence, it is a felony.”
It will be classified as a Class B felony, which is "the second most serious felony in Nevada law."
This may be sentenced to at least two years in prison, but up to 20 years.
Five years ago, in March 2016, Rager lost his childhood best friend Rod Scott in a car accident on his way to Birmingham, Alabama to participate in a state playoff basketball game.
The two were supposed to go to the game together, but Lagos had the flu and decided not to participate.
Scott, 17, was one of three unconstrained passengers ejected from a car that overturned on rain-covered Interstate 65.
The teenager was airlifted to a district hospital with serious internal injuries, including swelling of the brain and collapsed two lungs.
Although many operations were performed to save his life, Scott was pronounced dead the next day.
To commemorate his best friend the first time he met in elementary school, Ruggs salutes Scott with three fingers every time he scores a touchdown.
Lagos explained to advertisers that this gesture was his way of acknowledging that Scott meant everything to him, and that even after his death, he continued to inspire him to do greater things.
Before joining the league, Lagos was the superstar of the Alabama Red Tide team and won the national championship in 2017.
Lagos played a breakthrough year for the Raiders in his second season, recording 24 catches, 469 yards and two touchdowns this season.
The Raiders' last game was on October 24th, beating the visiting Philadelphia Eagles 33-22.
Their next game is scheduled for Sunday, November 7, when they will visit the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium.
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