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Request for new judge delays hearing in Oshie, Radja cases

A request to change the judge in the case against hockey players T. J. Oshie of UND and Mike Radja of New Hampshire has delayed a court appearance on disorderly conduct charges that was to be held today.

A request to change the judge in the case against hockey players T. J. Oshie of UND and Mike Radja of New Hampshire has delayed a court appearance on disorderly conduct charges that was to be held today.

The two were scheduled to appear in front of Grand Forks District State Judge Debbie Kleven today, but a motion was filed Friday asking for a new judge.

A new hearing date has not been set. A new judge has not been assigned to the case.

Oshie and Radja were arrested in the early morning hours of Dec. 30 and cited for disorderly conduct, according to a police report. No information about the allegations against them has been made available.

Oshie and Radja have pleaded not guilty to the charges.

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