A Washington, D.C., Superior Court judge on Friday denied a motion to dismiss conspiracy and obstruction counts in the government’s case against three men charged with crimes tied to the murder of Washington attorney Robert Wone.

Defense lawyers representing Joseph Price, Victor Zaborsky and Dylan Ward had argued there was insufficient evidence to support the obstruction and conspiracy counts. The attorneys have not filed a motion to dismiss a third count, evidence tampering.

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