Probable-cause hearing delayed in Fort Hood killings trial

The Dallas Morning News - Defense lawyers said at a hearing last month they might consider waiving the Article 32 hearing. In military criminal cases, said Texas Tech University law Professor Richard Rosen, such a move signals that a defendant wants to offer a guilty plea.

A probable-cause hearing to determine whether Army Maj. Nidal Hasan will be tried for the worst mass killing on a U.S. post was delayed Tuesday after the defense said it had presented new information to military authorities.

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Defense lawyers said at a hearing last month they might consider waiving the Article 32 hearing. In military criminal cases, said Texas Tech University law Professor Richard Rosen, such a move signals that a defendant wants to offer a guilty plea.

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