Judge rules defense may keep evidentiary materials in Schaffhausen case
The defense will be able to retain copies of specific sensitive materials in the Aaron Schaffhausen murder case following a hearing Thursday afternoon.
Judge Howard W. Cameron was asked to issue a protective order on the data by state prosecutor Gary Freybeg that would maintain the material with his team and the defense would only be allowed to see copies and then return it.
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