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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge has delayed a hearing for Marion “Suge” Knight in which prosecutors planned to detail some of their evidence in a robbery case against the former rap music mogul.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Ronald Coen on Thursday granted a defense request for a continuance, pushing the hearing back to Oct. 13.

Knight and comedian Katt Williams are charged with taking a celebrity photographer’s camera in September 2014, just days after the Death Row Records co-founder was shot in a nightclub.

The men have pleaded not guilty.

The judge also delayed on Thursday a pretrial hearing in a murder case against Knight, who has pleaded not guilty. He is charged with running over two men, killing one, outside a Compton burger stand in January.

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3 thoughts on “UPDATE: Judge Delays Hearings in Suge Knight Robbery, Murder Cases

  1. I saw the film SOC. If all of that was true, he should have expected this outcome. I guess he thought the money made him larger than life. I am amazed that no one has put up the money for his bail, he had so many homeys ya know . . . SMH

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  3. Timothy Green on said:

    Suge night is an idiot, this man strong armed his way to the TOP of the business, & allowed it to all slip away!!! Now he’ll serve his remaining days in jail

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