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October 21, 2014, 10:04 am
970 WMAY News

Harris Attorneys Will Get Mental Health Documents of Victim

Attorneys for two brothers accused in the 2009 murders of a Logan County family will be allowed to subpoena records related to the mental health of a teenager who died in the violence.


Lawyers for Christopher and Jason Harris want to bolster their claim that the brothers went to the home of Rick and Ruth Gee in Beason and found 14-year-old Dillen Constant killing his family, and that they in turn killed Dillen in self-defense.


The records are aimed at showing whether Dillen Constant had a history of violence or mental illness.


The judge in the case will review the records to determine whether they are admissible.

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