Three men have waived their right to a jury trial on charges that they obstructed the investigation into the unsolved death of Washington, D.C., lawyer Robert Wone.

The fate of defendants Joseph Price, Dylan Ward and Victor Zaborsky will now be in the hands of the judge presiding over the case, D.C. Superior Court Judge Lynn Leibovitz. A bench trial is expected to begin Monday, and lawyers said it would likely last perhaps half as long as the month or so that a jury trial would have.

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