A psychologist testifying for the defense said Jeremy Goodale, one of the teens accused of killing a Fairfield teacher, could have successful rehab in juvenile court. A juvenile court officer said there is no treatment program for homicide defendants.
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Two teenagers accused of killing a Fairfield high school Spanish teacher had their appeals declined by the Iowa Supreme Court on Thursday. They had appealed a decision that would allow the public and the news media to attend a hearing about sending their case to Juvenile Court.
Lawyers for Fairfield teens charged with killing a Spanish teacher argued a reverse waiver hearing shouldn’t be open to the public because confidential documents will be used as evidence. That information could be prejudice to the teens and prevent a fair trial.
One of the Fairfield teens charged with killing their Spanish teacher is asking a judge to ban the public, including media, from a hearing later this month. The hearing is for a reverse waiver, in which the teens are asking the court to move their cases to juvenile court.
Willard Chaiden Miller, one of the 16-year-olds charged with killing Fairfield High Spanish teacher Nohema Graber, wants his case moved to juvenile court. Prosecution argues because he is 16 and charged with murder, it’s excluded from juvenile jurisdiction.