The developer of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee’s headquarters in Colorado Springs will go to trial, District Judge Larry Schwartz ruled on Sept. 6, the Gazette reported.
He faces 33 counts, including theft, stemming from his deal to renovate a downtown building for the USOPC — then called the USOC — in 2009.
Marshall is accused of siphoning $1 million from the city and El Pomar Foundation in the city’s $53 million deal to keep the USOC in Colorado Springs.
The late Judge Barney Iuppa dismissed those charges, but the Colorado Court of Appeals reinstated them twice. Now, Marshall, 55, faces trial. He’s free on bond.