Plea Deal Arranged In CIA Contractor Assault Case
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4) - A new plea agreement has been arranged in the Raymond Davis assault case.
Davis is the CIA contractor who was held in Pakistan two years ago after shooting two men to death. He was later arrested in Highlands Ranch and charged with felony assault in a fight over a parking space.
Davis is expected to appear in court Friday to plead guilty to a reduced charge of assault in the third degree. The district attorney is also stipulating that Davis should serve no jail time.
The victim in the case, Jeff Maes, is also suing Davis in civil court. His attorney plans to argue against the plea deal in court.
Maes told CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger he has been seeking an apology from Davis but has not received one.
Davis’ wife told Sallinger the CIA has not been involved in the case, is not involved and never will be involved in the case.