Conor McGregor court case start time: What time does it start?

Tomorrow afternoon, the former UFC lightweight champion will appear at Kings County Criminal Court in Brooklyn charged with three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief for his actions at the UFC 223 media day.

The charges were levelled the Irishman’s way after he and his friends attacked a bus carrying his fellow fighters at the Barclays Center, with the .

McGregor’s actions left his Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg with facial and eye injuries respectively and both had to pull out of their scheduled fights.

The 29-year-old’s latest misdemeanour could have serious repercussions for his long-awaited return to the Octagon, which he hasn’t set foot inside in 19 months.

Below are all the details you need to know about McGregor’s upcoming court appearance:

Conor McGregor court case start time – When is it?

McGregor will appear at Kings County Criminal Court in Brooklyn on Thursday, June 14.

Conor McGregor court case start time – What time is it?

McGregor is expected to appear before a judge between 2pm and 7pm BST time.

Conor McGregor court case start time – Will he go to prison?

Despite the severity of his actions, the ‘s poster boy is unlikely to receive anytime hard time.

Brooklyn-based lawyer Dmitriy Shakhnevich recently shed some light on the matter, saying: “He’s charged with the low-level felonies, right? There are five levels of felonies in New York, he’s charged with the two lowest, D and E.

“So he’s not looking at, in Brooklyn, generally, you wouldn’t get jail time for this, especially if it’s your first offence, which I understand this is.

“So, what’ll likely happen is he’ll probably get it reduced to either a misdemeanour or maybe even a non-criminal disposition, though that’s unlikely. I don’t think he’ll serve any jail time at all. Again, that’s highly unlikely.

“I think he’ll probably be sentenced to some form of community service or something of that nature, and the case will go away.”

Conor McGregor court case start time – Will he be able to re-enter the USA if found he’s guilty?

If McGregor is found guilty of any of the charges facing him, he could face serious difficulty re-entering the USA, which could have severe consequences for his fighting future.

If he were convicted, McGregor would have his visa revoked and acquiring a new one could prove to be very difficult.

A similar situation one could compare it to is that of musician Chris Brown, who cannot enter the United Kingdom due to his 2009 conviction of assault on Rihanna.

Conor McGregor court case start time – How can I live stream it?

In the United States, some court proceedings are televised and are available to watch online.

A stream for former UFC lightweight champion’s hearing is expected to be available on the day.

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