David Sablan gets one charge dismissed in GHURA case
It's another day in the trial for former Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Attorney board members trial.
A motion was filed by defense attorney Samuel Teker for the dismissal of the fourth charge of violating an open government law as a misdemeanor against his client David Sablan.
The government had no objection, and the court granted the dismal with prejudice. Of the three defendants in trial, Sablan was faced with the most charges.
The three former GHURA board members are accused for holding closed-door working session meetings that included discussions on granting a multi-million dollar award.
Trial was set to continue today with more witness testimonies, however, Teker was sick and absent, therefore the court scheduled a continuation for Monday morning.