G-Dep Pleads Not Guilty In '93 Murder
After recently confessing to killing a man back in 1993, rapper G-Dep appeared in Manhattan Supreme Court yesterday (Jan. 13) and plead not guilty to second-degree murder.
Dep, born Trevell Coleman, faces 25-years-to-life if convicted, but his laywer says the not-guilty plea was a procedural step so that the courts can examine G-Dep's confession further, which he believes was likely made while under the influence of drugs.
The lawyer also added that Dep is trying "get things right between himself and God." G-Dep is due back in court Feb. 10.