Washington, a former captain and starting tailback for MU's football team who was found of guilty of deviate sexual assault in September of 2011, has started both games for Tuskegee this season.
At the Boone County Courthouse on Tuesday, former Missouri running back Derrick Washington entered a plea of guilty to misdemeanor third-degree domestic assault. He was sentenced to serve 90 days in jail.
Derrick Washington was scheduled to go on trial Wednesday in the misdemeanor domestic assault case, but his lawyer received a continuance. A scheduling conference is set for early January.
The former Missouri running back was found guilty of deviate sexual assault in September. A judge denied a motion from Washington's attorney for a new trial, and the defendant was taken into custody immediately after sentencing.
The former Missouri football running back and co-captain could face up to seven years in prison.
Washington's lawyer made the motion Friday for a jury to hear the charges. If granted, the request will push the case up to the circuit level.
Derrick Washington, a former MU football captain and starting tailback, was found guilty of deviate sexual assault. He faces a possible sentence of up to 7 years in prison.
The former Missouri running back was charged with the Class C felony in connection to an incident that occurred on June 19, 2010. He could face up to 7 years in prison.
On Wednesday, a former roommate of the woman accusing former MU football player Derrick Washington acknowledged under cross-examination that she did not initially tell campus police about Washington's alleged actions.
The former Missouri running back and his attorney filed four other motions in court Monday, regulating the actions of prosecutors, witnesses and observers during the jury trial, which begins Sept. 20.
Derrick Washington, a former MU football player, received his eighth continuance for domestic assault charge. Washington was arrested in September 2010 on charges of domestic assault upon his ex-girlfriend.
Washington is scheduled to appear in a Boone County courtroom on two misdemeanor charges of domestic violence.
A third continuance was granted Monday in former MU tailback Derrick Washington's deviate sexual assault case. His attorney says continuances are "normal."
A trial for former MU tailback Derrick Washington, charged with two misdemeanor counts of third-degree domestic assault, has been rescheduled for March 30.
A date for Derrick Washington's trial will be decided Feb. 7.
Derrick Washington will face a Boone County judge on February 16 for domestic assault charges.
Attorney Chris Slusher said he is also contemplating requesting a change of venue for the felony charge because the case has received a lot of publicity in Boone County.
The judge ruled in favor of the state's request to increase the bond for the two misdemeanor counts of domestic assault.
Derrick Washington's attorney waived formal arraignment and entered a plea of not guilty on the felony charge of deviate sexual assault.
The latest instance was the most severe, according to police reports. The physical examination of the victim's injuries, including bleeding in her left eye, is consistent with her description of the dispute, the report states.