Sharper’s attorneys have been trying to get him out on bail, but because of the multiple charges and accusations across several states the LA judge revoked his bail.
The Arizona prosecutors don’t want to extradite him until his LA trial is complete. Here are the details courtesy of ESPN.
Arizona authorities say they won’t seek to extradite former NFL All-Pro safety Darren Sharper on rape charges until his sexual assault case in California is resolved, but Sharper isn’t waiting for officials in Arizona to act.
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery says prosecutors will wait until after the California trial to put him on trial in Arizona.
Montgomery said Wednesday that if Sharper is convicted in California, it could strengthen the Arizona case.