Jefferson and one of his attorneys, Rob Marionneaux, picked up 33 pairs of the football player’s tennis shoes from Baton Rouge Police Headquarters on Mayflower Street.
Police released the shoes after Jefferson’s attorneys filed a motion to have the sneakers returned.
A hearing about the motion was held Monday in state District Judge Chip Moore’s courtroom. Moore rescheduled the matter until Sept. 26, saying police needed more time to investigate.
Jefferson, suspended indefinitely from LSU’s football team, was booked Aug. 26 on second-degree battery in an Aug. 19 fight outside Shady’s bar on Boyd Avenue.
LSU football player Josh Johns also is accused of participating in the fight that left four people injured. He was also booked on second-degree battery.