The federal trial is set to begin on Tuesday for a man who allegedly called Congresswoman Martha McSally's office and left death threats.
Steven Martan, 58, claims he was calling to vent his frustrations.
Martan faces two years in prison, followed by up to nine years probation.
In early September, he pleaded guilty as part of a plea deal that would reduce his sentence.
He also agreed to meet with the congresswoman ahead of his sentencing.
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