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Man Whose Murder Charge Was Reinstated Agrees to Plea Deal

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DOVER, Del. (AP)- An alleged gang member has agreed to enter a guilty plea after Delaware's Supreme Court reversed a ruling dismissing a murder indictment against him.
           
Jacquez Robinson entered the guilty plea after confidential attorney-client communications were seized by prosecutors from his prison cell shortly before a scheduled trial.
           
Wednesday's Superior Court calendar includes a plea hearing for the 24-year-old.
           
Robinson was indicted in 2015 for separate shootings in November 2014 that wounded two people and killed 18-year-old Malik Watson.
           
Watson was shot just weeks after Robinson was arrested in yet another shooting that had left a 19-year-old Wilmington man wounded.
           
Robinson also was among 13 alleged members of a Wilmington criminal organization called the Touch Money Gang, who were indicted in September 2015 on 91 counts that included murder and assault.

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