Crime, Fire + Courts

Marsh trial-setting hearing delayed

By From page A4 | September 29, 2013

WOODLAND — Trial setting in a Davis double-homicide case was delayed two weeks Friday while attorneys debate the timing of the trial.

The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office wants to try the Daniel Marsh case within 60 days, while Marsh’s public defender Ron Johnson says he needs more time. Yolo Superior Court Judge Stephen Mock instructed Johnson to file a motion stating his case and rescheduled the trial-setting conference for Oct. 11.

Marsh, 16, has pleaded not guilty to murder charges with special circumstances for the April 14 stabbing deaths of elderly Davis couple Oliver “Chip” Northup and Claudia Maupin.

Lauren Keene

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