GREEN BAY (WKOW) -- Trial arrangements are set for July 9 in the case for Francis Gerald Grady who is accused of setting a fire at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Green Bay.
It happened nearly three months ago.
Grady is charged with arson and damaging a reproductive-health facility.
On Thursday, both sides agreed Grady could attend the trial unshackled.
The government says it plans to play a video of Grady acknowledging his guilt to investigators.
Grady allegedly told investigators he broke the clinic window, poured gasoline inside and lit the fluid.
During a trial hearing in April, Grady said he planned to plead guilty.
Then on a handwritten June 16 letter he said he would plead guilty to breaking the window but not to arson.
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