Bandidos accused of conspiracy, racketeering set to go on trial in 2018

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SAN ANTONIO - Several members of the motorcycle club known as the Bandidos appeared before a federal judge on Monday morning to face conspiracy, racketeering and organized crime charges.

The trial against the defendants was initially set for August of 2017, but a federal judge ruled in January that several defense attorneys would be removed from the case due to allegations of unprofessional involvement.

Six members of the Bandidos appeared on Monday. All are charged with various crimes, including racketeering, conspiracy and organized crime.

A judge set the trial date for sometime next February.

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