A Texas judge ruled that Ethan Couch will face justice as an adult after he turns 19 in April. Friday’s ruling means Couch could face jail time for his drunk-driving crash that killed four people. Couch is also accused of violating probation by fleeing
Published: 2021-04-14 01:46 am
Victim's family speaks out on Ethan Couch's DUI case

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