Ethan Couch

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Ethan Couch's lawyers argue Tarrant County Judge Wayne Salvant had no authority to sentence him to jail because the case was a civil matter, not a criminal one when it was transferred from the juvenile system.

A Texas judge on Wednesday ruled that Ethan Couch, known as the "affluenza teen," must serve out his two-year jail sentence.

Ethan Couch, who earlier this year was at the center of an international manhunt after he jumped probation, will spend the next two years of his life behind bars, according to ABC News.

​​ Ethan Couch, the Texas teen who’s “affluenza” case attracted national attention, can possibly face time in jail now that a judge has decided to try the 18-year-old as an adult. Couch was placed on 10 years probation for killing four people in a DUI crash in 2013. Defense claimed Couch suffered from “affluenza,” meaning […]

Ethan Couch, the teenager who avoided jail time after killing four people in a DUI crash due to his defense team's "affluenza" argument -- that stated the rich kid's parents were to blame for spoiling him -- is wanted by the police for violating his probation.