ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Dallas Cowboys rookie defensive back Jourdan Lewis will stand trial for one charge of domestic violence next week. Lewis attended a pretrial hearing Thursday morning, where he and his attorney made it clear they intended to fight the charge. He was charged with the misdemeanor in March after a late-night altercation with a woman who was his girlfriend at the time. The woman told police that Lewis grabbed her by the neck and held her to the floor for roughly three seconds before leaving the apartment they shared. Lewis said any contact he had with the woman was made in an attempt to leave the apartment. Police said they saw no visible injuries when they arrived at the scene. “Some cases have to be tried,” said John Shea, Lewis’ attorney. “This is one of them.” The trial will begin Monday in Ann Arbor’s 15th district court. Jury selection and opening statements are scheduled for Monday, and Shea said he hopes the…

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