Delphi murder suspect granted private hearings to discuss how to pay for lawyers

(Photo supplied/Indiana State Police)

The man charged with the Delphi murders will get closed-door hearings to discuss how to pay for his lawyers.

Richard Allen’s attorneys are asking for more public funding to prepare for his trial. He’s charged with murdering Abby Williams and Libby German in Delphi.

A judge has granted a request that Allen and his lawyers get private hearings in order to discuss requests for more funds to pay for defense investigations and expert witnesses to testify.

Allen’s lawyers wanted the private hearings so that they would not be forced to reveal their defense strategy to the prosecutors.

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