Todd Harrell's vehicular homicide case to go before grand jury

Robert Todd Harrell (Source: Nashville Police Department)
Robert Todd Harrell (Source: Nashville Police Department)

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) - Three Doors Down bassist Todd Harrell had his preliminary hearing Tuesday for his felony vehicular homicide charge in Nashville, TN.

Harrell was in court. The case has been sent to the grand jury. It will be up to the grand jury as to how the case will progress.

Harrell's attorney Edward Ryan says it takes the grand jury three to five months to process a case in that jurisdiction.

Ryan said Hippa Laws prevented him from telling WLOX if Harrell is still in rehab.

Harrell's attorney did confirm that Harrell had posted bond previously.

No other court dates are set in the Nashville case at this time. All will depend on what the grand jury finds.

In April Harrell checked himself into rehab after being charged with vehicular homicide and being accused of driving under the influence in Nashville.

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