Hockey player pleads not guilty to charges of domestic violence
On Monday, December 1, L.A. Kings defender Slava Voynov has entered a not-guilty plea to felony domestic assault after allegedly attacking his wife in October, according to an online report by canoe.ca.
The National Hockey League suspended Voynov indefinitely after he was arrested at a hospital where his wife was being treated for injuries. Voynov allegedly attacked his wife during an argument at their Redondo Beach home on October 19, which caused her to suffer from injuries to the neck, cheek and eyebrows. Voynov could face a maximum of 9 years in prison if convicted.
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