by Nick Delgado
Guam - Emily Magday pleaded not guilty to additional criminal charges that were handed down in a superceding indictment against her and Marianito Bautista. The two face charges of receiving a bribe, conspiracy, accepting gratuities for past services, and several counts of official misconduct. Bautista faces a special allegation of committing a felony while on felony release.
According to the indictment, the two accepted bribes from several people in exchange for expediting their tax returns. Bautista is scheduled to answer to the charges on February 24, while Magday has a criminal trial setting on March 17.