From The Plain Dealer
The shooting rampage at Chardon High School is the biggest case to hit the tiny courthouse in Geauga County.
And a judge’s restrictions on how the media handles the case will hamper the reporters, TV cameramen and photographers collecting news.
Common Pleas Judge David Fuhry, who has been on the bench since 2005, issued a 15-page order detailing the rules media must follow during the T.J. Lane case. The trial is set to begin Jan. 14, and could last at least six weeks. The proceedings are sure to capture national attention, especially after the recent shootings in Connecticut.
Lane, 18, is accused of killing three students and shooting three others in the school cafeteria Feb. 27. He is charged with three counts of aggravated murder, two counts of attempted aggravated murder and one count of felonious assault.