An attorney for a Pakistani-born Chicago taxi driver accused of attempting to send funds to al-Qaida says his client will change his plea to guilty.
Raja Lahrasib Khan's lawyer, Thomas Durkin, told The Associated Press his client will change his plea at a Monday hearing after reaching an agreement with federal prosecutors.
Word the sides were working toward an agreement came last month. Durkin said Monday he couldn't offer details about the now-finalized plea deal until the afternoon hearing.
Khan is charged with attempting to provide material aid to terrorism by sending cash to Pakistan-based terrorist leader Ilyas Kashmiri.
Khan has been held in a federal jail in Chicago since his arrest two years ago. The naturalized U.S. citizen pleaded not guilty shortly after his arrest.