Charges against Heintz were dropped. Wenzel pleaded guilty to a first degree misdemeanor charge of animal cruelty and breaking fish and wildlife rules. He spent 10 days in jail and paid a $2,500 fine.
Benac's defense attorney, Justin Petredis, said Benac was not an active participant in the dragging and the shark was already dead before it was dragged.
"We'll do our best to show the whole picture," Petredis said in May. "And show what my client did and did not do and show that we don't believe he committed any crimes."
It's unclear how the new video will affect Benac's trial. He faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.