by Mark Vester
The evidence hearing for Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s felony domestic violence case in Las Vegas has been reset to March 10. Mayweather, 33-years-old, appeared in a Las Vegas court on Monday with attorney Karen Winckler, adviser Leonard Ellerbe and girlfriend Shantel Jackson.
Mayweather is accused of hitting and threatening the mother of his children and threatening to beat two of the children during an argument at her home in September. Outside court, Mayweather declined to comment about the case. Mayweather, who denies any wrongdoing, could face up to 34 years in state prison if he’s convicted of all charges.