Closing arguments in the trial of the Vikings cornerback recapped the jury's choice between two accounts. Cook either choked and hit his girlfriend in a jealous rage or defended himself from her attack.
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Vikings' Chris Cook to claim self-defense in alleged domestic assault
An attorney for the Minnesota Vikings cornerback says his client will contest two felony charges, including domestic assault by strangulation and third-degree domestic assault.
Vikings' Cook claims self-defense in assault trial
Opening arguments were heard Tuesday in the domestic assault trial of Vikings cornerback Chris Cook. While the prosecution contends Cook's alleged actions were the result of a jealous man, the defense says Cook's accuser was the aggressor -- with the football player having the "right to protect himself."
Doctor in Chris Cook trial says marks on woman's neck could've come from earring
Prosecutors say the Vikings cornerback choked his girlfriend. But a doctor who examined photos taken on the night of the incident says the marks are consistent with a scrape from an earring she was wearing.
Viking Chris Cook facing 2nd felony charge
Vikings cornerback Chris Cook will now answer to a second felony assault charge. The Star Tribune reports the woman who accuses Cook of choking her now claims she suffered hearing loss after the alleged attack. Cook is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday before Hennepin County District Judge Robert Small.
Chris Cook vows to repair image, stand out on the playing field
The Vikings cornerback missed the final 10 games of the 2011 season while facing felony domestic assault charges. A jury acquitted Chris Cook in March after a high-profile trial and he returned to the team's roster. He tells the Star Tribune, "I think about my actions before I actually act on them. And I appreciate what I have now way more than I did before. I can't take this for granted."
Vikings' Chris Cook: 'I have to earn their trust again'
Vikings cornerback Chris Cook, who missed the final 10 games of 2011 as he battled a felony domestic assault charge, tells Fox Sports North he has work to do in the offseason to earn the trust of his teammates again.
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