Psychologist's testimony to be limited at Curl trial
SYCAMORE – A clinical psychologist will be limited in the testimony she can give during the murder trial of William “Billy” Curl, a judge ruled Tuesday.
DeKalb County Presiding Judge Robbin Stuckert, who earlier denied prosecutors’ request to bar testimony from a forensic psychologist, granted the state’s motion Tuesday to limit the scope of the doctor’s testimony at Curl’s trial, which is scheduled to begin April 11.
Psychologist Jayne Braden can testify about her diagnosis of Curl’s mental conditions, but will not be able to talk about any statements Curl made to her about the charges he faces.
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