Guam – A trial date has not been set for the GHURA Board Executives accused of holding secret meetings, as several motions are still under advisement of the court. But information pertaining to the former GHURA Board Chairman may affect how trial moves forward.
Former GHURA Board Chairman David Sablan is in talks with the government, but according to his attorney Howard Trapp it isn’t a plea agreement.
Trapp notified the court, “Also the prosecutor and I and Mr. Sablan are talking about how we are going to go forward in this case. I just gotten a, its not a plea agreement but a proposal that I am not a liberty to disclose but we are talking and will be meeting together and it is too soon to set this matter for trial.”
In light of the information Superior Court Judge Anita Sukola has scheduled a criminal trial setting for April 4, at which time she hopes to have ruled on the pending motions from all defendants. At this time there are two pending motions to dismiss and one motion to sever.