A Texas judge has ordered the so-called "affluenza" teen, Ethan Couch, to serve just under two years in a county jail.
U.S. Marshals are now offering a $5,000 reward for information relating to the boy known as the “affluenza teen,” who remains missing this morning.
The son of a wealthy hedge fund founder has been charged with second-degree murder after allegedly killing his 70-year-old father for cutting his allowance.
A judge will tell the “affluenza” teen the terms for his probation today
There are growing calls for the judge’s removal in the controversial “affluenza” case.
A legal expert says a 16-year-old teen’s “Affuenza” defense in a drunk driving case that killed four may be used in other DUI cases.
Sixteen-year-old Ethan Couch admitted that he was driving under the influence when he plowed through a group of people who were working on a disabled car on the side of the road, killing four of them. This week, a Texas judge blamed the crash on the boy’s affluent upbringing without sentencing him to a single day behind bars. Eric Boyle, the father and husband of two of the victims, reacted to the sentencing on The Kelly File.