Although at first things did not look good at all in relation to the case of domestic violence of the still pitcher of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Trevor Bauer, the reigning Cy Young of the National League he scored perhaps his biggest win of the season, but instead of the mounds, this was in the courts, where he achieved an important precedent for his cause in relation to his future.
Just on the third day of his hearing, according to information from Steve Henson of The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles County Superior Judge Dianna Gould-Saltman has denied the extension of a restraining order against Trevor Bauer. filed by his accuser, mentioning that at this time, the Dodgers pitcher does not “pose an immediate threat to the integrity” of the woman.
While this hearing did not determine whether or not Trevor Bauer is guilty of domestic violence or whether he will spend time behind bars, it does present an important legal victory for the pitcher, as Judge Gould-Saltman determined based on the evidence presented that the Pitcher did not engage in any sexual practices that the accuser verbally objected to during their encounters.
However, this could still lead to criminal and sporting consequences for Bauer, since although the restraining order was lifted, the judge specified that the actions of the pitcher were violent with even the pitcher’s attorney, Shawn Holley, admitting that Bauer hit him hard. the accuser and even left her unconscious by strangulation, but all within the limits imposed by the same woman, according to the judge.