TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Brittany Sims on Feb 13, 2015

The case against Miles J. Finley, a California man accused of deleting photo evidence of a rape involving four former Vanderbilt University football players, has been delayed because of an apparent misunderstanding, the Tennessean reports. Finley was charged with tampering with evidence after authorities said he deleted images of the rape that were sent to him on his cellphone. When Finley's case came up before Judge Monte Watkins yesterday, Finley was not there due to confusion among the attorneys. Since Finley must be present for the hearing, it was rescheduled until April.  Brandon Vandenburg sent the messages and was convicted in the rape last month along with Cory Batey.