A new plea agreement has been arranged in the Raymond Davis assault case.
The CIA contractor from Highlands Ranch accused of assault appeared in court Monday afternoon.
A new plea agreement is being considered in the Raymond Davis assault case.
A plea deal could be in the works for former CIA contractor Raymond Davis. He was held in Pakistan two years ago after shooting two men to death and later arrested in Colorado in a fight over a parking space.
It was a fight involving two men and a parking space in Highlands Ranch, and now there are claims the CIA wants to end the case before it gets to the courtroom.
Charges could be lowered in the case against Raymond Davis. He’s the former CIA operative who was held in Pakistan.
The United States paid more than $2 million to get Raymond Davis out of Pakistan. Now the CIA contractor faces felony charges of assault in Douglas County after he allegedly got in a fight over a parking space.
A Highlands Ranch man and CIA contractor who was freed from a Pakistani prison after the U.S. paid $2.3 million in blood money was arrested Saturday morning.