Cain Velasquez will have to wait for his trial on an attempted murder charge. The former UFC Champion and his defense team snatched a very good deal to keep Cain a free man as he awaits his trial in court. A Santa Clara County judge was not having a major role in the case.
According to TMZ, the rejected offer included very strict conditions in exchange for Cain Velasquez''s release. Cain was willing to post $1 million for bail and follow specific guidelines. Velasquez would have had full-time supervision and electronic surveillance.
Prosecutors claim that Cain Velasquez was too much of a danger to the community to take a risk. One of his alleged victims said that he had nerve damage and more when he was shot by the MMA legend. He claims that he was afraid for his life.
I am crazier for my future as well as my whole family.
The judge listened to testimony from those affected by the shooting. A decision was then finalized. Cain Velasquez will remain behind bars until at least June 10th.
Cain was also denied bail at a hearing in March. Since then, he has been in jail. Velasquez will face one count of felony attempted murder in the incident.