VIDEOS: Attorneys, victim's father speak about Ghost Ship fire plea deal

OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- Attorneys and the father of one of the victims of the Ghost Ship fire spoke after it was announced a plea deal was reached in the case.

In exchange for no contest to involuntary manslaughter, Derick Almena will be sentenced to nine years in prison. Max Harris will be sentenced to six years.

There will be no trial.

The December 2016 fire killed 36 people during a concert inside the Ghost Ship warehouse.

VIDEO: Defense attorney Tony Serra discusses what plea deal means for his client
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Derick Almena's defense attorney, Tony Serra, speaks after a plea deal was reached in the Ghost Ship fire case on Tuesday.

VIDEO: Lead lawyer in civil case against Ghost Ship fire defendants Mary Alexander discusses families of Ghost Ship fire victims

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The lead lawyer in the civil case against the Ghost Ship fire defendents is speaking after a plea deal was reached.

VIDEO: Father of Ghost Ship Fire victim Michela Gregory speaks about plea deal
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The father of Michela Gregory, a Ghost Ship Fire victim, spoke outside of the courtroom after a plea deal was reached in the case.

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