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Already acquitted of murder, Katzuta faces aggravated assault

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - A jury found him not guilty of murder last month, but come next year, Ruben Katzuta will face a new set of jurors on the remaining charges in the same case.

According to KUAM files, Katzuta was accused of stabbing a man to death on New Year's Day.

Although he's since been acquitted of murder, a new jury will decide his fate on aggravated assault charges.

Jury trial and selection is slated for February 10.

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