The assault case against University of Colorado football player Jeffrey Hall has been transferred to Boulder District Court after Hall waived his right to a preliminary hearing last week.

Hall, 19, has been charged with two felony counts of second-degree assault and obstruction of a peace officer, resisting arrest, and consumption of alcohol by a minor.

Hall had the option of having a preliminary hearing -- where a judge must determine if there is enough evidence for a felony case to proceed -- on the assault charges, but he waived the hearing on Friday, according to Boulder District Attorney's Office spokeswoman Catherine Olguin.

Hall is now scheduled for an arraignment in Boulder District Court on June 13.

Hall was arrested in February after witnesses said he choked a woman at a party and then had to be shocked with a Taser when he resisted arrest by Boulder police officers.

The CU sophomore played in all 12 games for the Buffs last season on special teams and as a defensive back. He has been suspended by coach Mike MacIntyre.

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