- Associated Press - Friday, February 20, 2015

MINOT, N.D. (AP) - The suspect in a slaying in Minot last fall could enter his plea to a murder charge as early as next month.

Anthony Campbell is due in court March 19 for a preliminary hearing, which could proceed directly to an arraignment.

Campbell has been accused in the slaying of 25-year-old Shannon Brunelle, who was found dead in a garage at an apartment building on Sept. 15. Campbell was arrested in November in Philadelphia on a murder warrant and an unrelated burglary warrant. The murder charge carries a maximum punishment of life in prison without parole.

KXMC-TV reports that Campbell’s attorney sought to have four judges disqualified from the case because each had had some role, from issuing warrants to presiding over court appearances. Court documents show the request was denied.

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