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Marvin Sani asks for more time to consider plea deals

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - Defendant Marvin Sani has requested the court give him more time to consider his plea deal options.

During a change of plea hearing today, defense attorney Gerald Gray noted that his client must decide whether or not to plea to manslaughter or murder charges as outlined by the government in two different agreements. Both agreements call for Sani to be deported after he's served his jail time.

The 24-year-old confessed to stabbing a man at the Pacific Gardens Apartments in Dededo last year.

The court agreed to give Sani more time but noted that parties should be prepared to head to trial nonetheless.

A continued pre-trial conference is slated for August 22. The court has agreed to accept Sani's change of plea then.
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