Tupac Shakur’s Accused Killer Duane ‘Keefe D’ Davis Makes Second Court Appearance After Arrest
On Thursday, Tupac Shakur’s accused killer Duane “Keefe D” Davis faced a judge for the second time since he was arrested for the rapper’s 1996 murder. Davis did not enter a plea, because his arraignment has been delayed once again. Attorney Ross Goodman told the judge he needed more time to confirm whether he’s going to represent Davis moving forward. Legal analyst and trial attorney Misty Marris weighs in on the legal proceedings thus far.