Curl trial could be affected by medical tests
SYCAMORE – Pending results of medical tests for William Curl could affect the starting date of his trial set for Dec. 3.
Curl, the man accused of killing Northern Illinois University student Antinette "Toni" Keller, might not be ready to stand trial by Dec. 3 if CT scans show problems with his hearing.
Interim Public Defender Tom McCulloch, Curl's attorney, appeared in court with his client Tuesday and told Presiding Judge Robbin Stuckert they were awaiting results of medical tests Curl took Tuesday. Curl was originally supposed to appear in court via closed-circuit TV from the county jail but had to be brought in because of difficulties hearing.
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