Marsh’s defense attorney wants charges dropped

At Daniel Marsh’s arraignment on Sept. 24 defense attorney Deputy Public Defender Ronald Johnson said he would seek to have some of the charges against his client dismissed. But declined to comment further on the motion.

Judge Timothy Fall set Nov. 1 as the date for the hearing regarding the motion and Johnson has until Oct. 18 to file the motion.

 Marsh is currently in custody at Yolo County Juvenile Hall. He pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree murder with enhancements for using a knife and special circumstances including multiple murders, lying in wait and torture.
— Paayal Zaveri