Death Row singer Nate Dogg was in an LA court this week to address his charges of possesion of a firearm by a felon. Nate Dogg plead not guilty to the charge and is due back in court on April 20 for a pretrail hearing. On April 24, the trial is set to begin.

Nate Dogg was originally charges with arson, kidnapping, domestic abuse, battery, terrorist threats and the firearms charges all from an incident that took place last year with his ex-girlfriend. She claimed that he beat her and held her against her will and set her mother’s car on fire. Police has dropped all charges, except the firearm because his ex refused to cooperate with prosecuters.