Judge denies request to delay Curl trial
Curl trial expected to start April 11
SYCAMORE – William Curl's trial for the murder of Antinette "Toni" Keller will begin as scheduled April 11 after a judge denied defense attorneys' request Wednesday for more time.
Public Defender Tom McCulloch asked Judge Robbin Stuckert for a later trial date because he was concerned prosecutors were going to call an expert psychologist without divulging the name or background information until days before the trial.
"I just don't want any expert disclosed on the eve of the trial," Stuckert said.
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