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March 12, 2008

Albany -- Two suspected top gang leaders in Albany are going on trial. 19-year old Denevious Morman is on trial for Aggravated Assault and participation in criminal street gang activity.

Prosecutors say on December 30, 2006 Morman shot Louis Pace on East Second Avenue. Gang Investigators say he was the number two man in the C-M-E Rattlers. That trial is expected to wrap up Wednesday.

Monday 21-year old Michael Williams is scheduled to go on trial for armed robbery, aggravated assault, and gang activity.

 Prosecutors say Williams, known as Mike Mike, was the leader of the C-M-E Rattlers and beat a man with a mail box pole to rob him.

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