The jury selection process for Pablo Lyle’s case began on September 20. The trial is set to begin either at the end of this week or the next week. The court questioned potential jurors numerous questions while also listening to the lawyers’ viewpoints as they tried to choose a panel that would hear the case. However, the issue of jurors violating the rules was also raised. Pablo’s counsel asked the court to dismiss the panel, but the judge, Marisa Tinkler Mendez, refused.
“This subject received a lot of attention, but that is not proof. Anything outside the courtroom is not admissible as evidence.”
However, the judge did not dismiss the first set of possible jurors right once but instead proceeded to examine them. The procedure will be repeated until a particular set of jurors and alternates is selected. Mendez went on to say,
“Mr. Lyle, as he sits here, he is accused of a crime, but according to one of the most essential rules in this house, as well as laws of criminal law and constitutionalism, that guy is innocent.”
Everything you need to know about Pablo Lyle
Pablo Lyle is a well-known actor who was born on November 18, 1986. His ethnicity is Mexican, despite the fact that he has not divulged much about his upbringing or family. Pablo graduated from a Catholic school and began modeling before making his acting debut as Baldomero Perea Olmos in the Mexican drama Verano de Amor in 2009.
He proceeded to feature in television series such as Mujeres asesinas, Una family tiene suerte, Cachito de cielo, Como dice el dicho, Por sempre mi amor, and many more. In 2014, he received praise for his role as Cristobal Mendoza Rivero in La Sombra del Pasado. Lyle’s estimated net worth is about $16 million. He has over 900,000 followers on Instagram and over 200,000 followers on Twitter. Pablo and Ana Araujo have been married since December 2014. The couple had a boy, Mauro, in 2013 and a girl, Arantz, whose due date is uncertain. Lyle was previously romantically connected to Dulce Maria in 2009 and Mexican actress Zuria Vega in 2012.
Accusations Leveled Against Pablo Lyle
Pablo Lyle’s brother-in-law drove him and his family to the Miami airport in 2019. The gang, however, had a disagreement with a guy called Juan Ricardo Hernandez, who accused them of hasty overtaking.
According to the surveillance video, Lyle jumped out of the vehicle, raced towards Hernandez, and slapped him in the face as Pablo’s brother-in-law was arguing with him. Pablo’s family went to the airport while Hernandez was still laying on the ground, but Pablo was subsequently jailed. Hernandez died a few days later as a consequence of a traumatic brain injury.