The accused terrorist in September's New York and New Jersey bombings went to federal court this morning.

FOX's Dave Anthony reports: 

Ahmad Rahami limped into court and had trouble standing when the judge walked in. He didn't say anything during Thursday morning's 15 minute hearing.

Listening as four federal charges were read, including using a weapon of mass destruction in two bombings back in September. One at a New Jersey charity race and another in New York City that injured more than 30 people.

A second device found, never detonated. Prosecutors will issue a formal indictment later this month and his lawyer says Rahami plans to plead not guilty.

The accused terrorist was captured and injured in a police shootout two days later in New Jersey.

In New York City, Dave Anthony, FOX News.