“We’re awaiting a decision by the DA’s office,” said Dennis Cogan, one of McCoy's criminal defense attorneys. “We trust that they are really taking time to consider all the surrounding circumstances. But I’m here to say and I’m telling you that McCoy did nothing wrong, nothing wrong. And he was sober. The questions will have to be asked about the conditions of other people.”
Cogan is simply doing his job saying that McCoy did nothing wrong, but the silence surrounding the case is odd. Last week, it was reported that a warrant for McCoy was expected, yet nothing came from those reports. As it turns out, McCoy's attorneys haven't heard anything since the February 11.
McCoy's other attorney, Larry Krasner, said the following on the case to The Buffalo News.
“The last information we had from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office came (Feb. 11) and it was that there would be nothing before this Wednesday (Feb. 18), which has come and gone. So we look forward to hearing more information about this increasingly lengthy investigation.”
When will the District Attorney's office break its silence? No one knows for sure but a BN source reported that a press conference is expected tomorrow or Friday.
For now, McCoy and Bills fans (continue to) wait.null