JUNEAU -- The man accused of killing two Hoonah police officers has pleaded not guilty, through his attorney.
Juneau Superior Court Judge Patricia Collins set a tentative trial date of Dec. 6 for John Marvin, charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the Aug. 28 shooting deaths of Matthew Tokuoka and Anthony Wallace.
Public defender Eric Hedland represented Marvin at arraignment Monday and asked for a jury trial.
Collins maintained Marvin's bail at $1 million.
Hedland told the Juneau Empire he probably will not comment to the press throughout the proceedings.
Judge Collins set a hearing for Oct. 12 to determine pretrial deadlines and the status of the case.
Marvin also faces two counts of weapons misconduct.