Keefe D’s Trial Moved Back to November After Hiring New Attorney

Duane “Keefe D” Davis appeared in court on Tuesday (February 20), where he learned that he is now scheduled to go to trial on Nov. 4 for the murder of 2Pac. 

This comes as Davis’ new attorney, Carl “E.G.” Arnold, requested more time to review the discovery material in the case. Arnold also stated after the hearing that he’s confident that Davis will make bail, adding that he’ll have to put up $75,000 and potentially qualify for house arrest. Arnold stated, “He’s upbeat that he can possibly get out of here real soon.” 



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