Duane 'Keefe D' Davis pleads not guilty to the murder of Tupac Shakur.
According to reports, Keefe will not face the death penalty if he is convicted the murder in Las Vegas 27 years ago. He will go on trial for murder with use of a deadly weapon with a gang enhancement.
He was arrested back in September in connection of the September 1996 murder of Tupac. He was accused “orchestrating” the hit and is currently being held in the Clark County Detention Center without bail.
Keefe will be granted a public defender as he was reportedly "unable to afford legal representation.” His previous attorney Ross Goodman confirmed he will not be representing Keefe as he was “not able to meet the terms of the agreement.”