Tupac Shakur Murder Trial Pushed Back To November

The trial for Duane “Keffe D” Davis, who is accused of taking part in the killing of rapper Tupac Shakur has been pushed back to later this year.

According to The Associated Press, Clark County District Court Judge Carli Kierny has agreed to push the trial date from the initial June 3 date to Nov. 4. Davis acquired a new attorney recently, Carl Arnold and since he is new to the case, along with prosecutors still providing evidentiary material to him, the judge gave both sides more time.

Since being arrested in September, Davis has been imprisoned and can be released on $750,000 bail. He anticipates being able to raise the 10% required to obtain a bond so he can be released on house arrest, according to Arnold. Davis explained to the judge that he has relatives who will help with bail but they don’t want to come to court for a “source hearing” to prove that the funds were legally obtained.

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