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Abraham challenges judge during hearing on resisting cops

August 10, 2018

This undated photo provided by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office shows Nathaniel Abraham. Abraham, a Detroit-area man who nearly 20 years ago was the youngest person in U.S. history to be convicted of murder, has been charged with indecent exposure. The Oakland County prosecutor's office on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, authorized a warrant against 32-year-old Nathaniel Abraham. (Oakland County Sheriff's Office via AP)

PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — A Detroit-area man known for being convicted of murder at age 13 jousted with a judge while appearing in court on charges related to a confrontation with police.

A judge explained to Nathaniel Abraham that he was charged with three counts of resisting police officers who were trying to arrest him Wednesday on an indecent exposure charge. Abraham protested, saying “that’s double jeopardy.”

Judge Michael Martinez urged the 32-year-old Abraham to remain silent Friday, warning that anything he says could be used against him. He was returned to jail on $25,000 bond. A defense lawyer didn’t appear at the arraignment.

Abraham was 11 in 1997 when he was accused of fatally shooting a stranger in Pontiac. He was convicted in 1999 at age 13. He was released from state supervision in 2007.

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