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Executive Director of GHURA expected to change his plea next week

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Michael Duenas is one of a handful of public officials charged with violating the open government law.
Duenas' proposed deferred plea is for a charge of conspiracy as a misdemeanor.
As reported,  David  Sablan, Cecile Suda, John Ilao, Rosie Blas, Roland Selvidge, Deanne Torre, and Duenas are accused of holding secret board meetings and pre-determining how they would vote in public meetings.
His change of plea is set for Monday before Judge Anita Sukola.

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