Seath Jackson Murder Case Moving Forward
The case against more defendants in 15-year-old, Seath Jackson's murder is moving forward. James Havens, the adult accused of helping to disperse Jackson's remains, was declared indigent by a Marion County judge Monday. Havens was examined by clinical psychologists to determine if he is competent to stand trial. That information will be reviewed by prosecutors.
Co-defendant Justin Soto will appear before a judge Wednesday for a status hearing.
State Attorneys told TV20 they have not yet determined if they will seek the death penalty for Soto.
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