Future court hearings including a possible trial date in the case of Ely R. Serna were discussed Wednesday during a motions hearing. Serna, 18, is facing 13 charges stemming from a Jan. 20, 2017, shooting at West Liberty-Salem High School. While Wednesday’s hearing was scheduled to be on a motion to suppress and a motion for dismissal, the proceedings on the suppression motion were postponed until Feb. 13. In addition to this hearing, the court scheduled Serna’s trial to begin on April 10.
A plea of not guilty by reason of insanity and multiple motions were discussed during an arraignment hearing for a teenager charged with killing a woman earlier this year. Donovan A. Nicholas, 15, made his initial appearance in the Champaign County Common Pleas Court’s general division Tuesday during which pleas of not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity were entered to charges of aggravated murder and murder.
Donovan A. Nicholas, 15, was indicted on one count each of aggravated murder and murder, according to a press release from Champaign County Prosecutor Kevin Talebi. An arraignment hearing before Judge Nick Selvaggio will be held on Tuesday. The charges against Nicholas are in connection with the April 6 homicide of Heidi F. Taylor. A court statement filed by the Champaign County Sheriff’s Office stated Nicholas allegedly stabbed Taylor, 40, an unknown number of times before shooting her.
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Selecting a term
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