Teen accused of killing Wyoming girl waives rapid trial
A South Dakota teenager charged with fatally shooting a girl from Wyoming has waived his right to a speedy trial. The Argus Leader says the waiver means the 17-year-old defendant gave up his right to have his case brought to trial in 180 days from his arraignment as specified under South Dakota law. The teen…
A South Dakota child charged with fatally taking pictures a girl from Wyoming has waived his simply to a rapid trial.
The Argus Leader says the waiver scheme the 17-one year-feeble defendant gave up his simply to have his case delivered to trial in 180 days from his arraignment as specified below South Dakota law.
The teen has pleaded no longer guilty by purpose of madness within the taking pictures demise of 16-one year-feeble Shayna Ritthaler of Upton, Wyoming, whose body used to be stumbled on Oct. 7 within the basement of his home shut to Sturgis. The Associated Press is not any longer naming the defendant because his authorized legitimate is making an try and earn the case moved to juvenile court docket.
Ritthaler had been listed as a runaway Oct. 3. Authorities are silent investigating how Ritthaler and Campbell knew every other.
Records from: Argus Leader, http://www.argusleader.com
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