Guam – The conspiracy case against Jeremiah Isezaki may be dismissed.
Isezaki was accused in 2012 of plotting to kill a police officer. However, in court today the government notified the court that they may move to dismiss the case without prejudice if they are unable to meet the burden of proof by the trial date.
With this in mind, Isezaki asserted his right to a speedy trial, which means that the court has 45 to 60 days to begin trial. The issue before the court however is when the speedy trial clock began and whether or not the time frame has been passed.
Once that is determined, the court will set the matter for trial.