A judge has ruled that A Chicago man who pleaded guilty to checking targets for the 2008 Mumbai attacks will be sentenced on 17th January.
David Coleman Headley, a Pakistani-American, entered a guilty plea on 12 counts in a Chicago court in 2010.
Headley initially denied the charges but changed his plea to avoid the death penalty or extradition to India, Pakistan or Denmark.
The attacks in Mumbai claimed 166 lives. 9 gunmen were also killed.