Judge Allows Cameras in Courtroom for Wis. Triple Murder Trial
The man charged with killing his three daughters in their River Falls, Wisconsin home is having his last court appearance today before his trial begins.
Aaron Schaffhausen has entered an insanity plea in the case.
In court Friday, a judge ruled that cameras will be allowed in the courtroom during the trial.
The judge also ruled that Aaron Schaffhausen's ex-wife and the girls' mother, Jessica Schaffhausen, will be allowed to attend the trial.
The girls' grandparents will not be allowed to attend the trial because they may be called as witnesses.
Aaron Schaffhausen's trial is scheduled for April 1.
See our previous coverage of his last court appearance in the video box above.
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