BROOKLYN - The man accused of going on a 28-hour stabbing spree through New York Citythat left four people dead is due in court this week with a new attorney.
Defendant Maksim Gelman did not appear at the hearing on Mondayin Brooklyn.
Gelman had been arraigned Sunday in Brooklyn Criminal Court oncharges of second-degree murder, robbery and assault. He is beingheld without bail.
Gelman is accused of stabbing three people to death, killing apedestrian with a car, injuring several people and hijacking cars.
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