Indiana Supreme Court schedules arguments in Delphi murder case wrangling
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INDIANA SUPREME COURT SCHEDULES ARGUMENTS IN DELPHI MURDER CASE WRANGLING
The Indiana Supreme Court announced Monday that justices will hear one hour of arguments Jan. 18 in Delphi murder suspect Richard Allen’s attempt to put his initial defense attorneys back on his case and to boot Judge Fran Gull. Allen, charged in October 2022 with the 2017 murders of Delphi eighth-graders Abby Williams and Libby German, also is asking the Supreme Court to set his trial within 70 days.
The case is tied to the removal of Allen’s court-appointed attorneys, Brad Rozzi and Andrew Baldwin, a year into the murder case.