A judge in Los Angeles on Friday agreed to celebrity private eye Anthony Pellicano’s request to serve as his own lawyer against charges of illegal wiretapping and racketeering.

The move removes Steven Gruel, the former San Francisco federal prosecutor who had been representing Pellicano since February. In November, a judge had delayed the trial until August, a motion Pellicano had opposed.

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