Jury deliberations in the trial of former Pleasure Ridge Park High School football coach Jason Stinson will begin soon.
Jurors in the Jason Stinson trial heard testimony Tuesday that dehydration could not have been a factor in the heat stroke death of Pleasure Park High School football player Max Gilpin, and a prescription drug could have caused the teen to collapse during practice last year.
Prosecutors in the trial of former Pleasure Ridge Park High School football coach Jason Stinson heard testimony from an expert witness and two doctors from Kosair Children’s Hospital Thursday.
Jury selection for the trial of former Pleasure Ridge Park High School football coach Jason Stinson is complete and opening arguments have been delivered.
Prosecutor Jonathan Heck began his questioning of the nearly 120 person jury pool by asking if anyone had not heard of the case.
Coaches, trainers and other athletic officials will be closely following the trial of former Pleasure Ridge Park High School football coach Jason Stinson, which begins today.
All coaches in Kentucky had to go through new heat training before the season started. Players are allowed water breaks at all times and negative motivational techniques are strongly discouraged. At Seneca High School, there have been a few other changes.
A report from Jefferson County Public Schools concludes that PRP football coach Jason Stinson did not violate any rules or deny his players water during a practice last August in which a player collapsed and later died.