Adams files, withdraws request to represent himself
DIXON – Byron Adams said Tuesday that his request to get rid of his attorney and represent himself at his upcoming murder trial is not something he wants, but is the result of being “pushed into a corner” by the court.
When pressed by prosecutors and the judge for a decision, though, he withdrew his request and decided to stick with his court-appointed counsel, David Mandrgoc.
The trial is set to begin Monday. He is accused of suffocating Margaret Atherton, 35, on Sept. 11, 2009, in her Dixon home.
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