An Ohio judge has outlined arrangements in the Chardon school shooting trial of 18-year old TJ Lane.
News Channel5 reports Judge David Fuhry said jurors must be sequestered during deliberations in the aggravated murder trial that claimed the life of three Chardon High School students and wounded three others.
The judge also said in an order filed one week ago that Lane isn't subject to the death penalty. He was 17 during the time of the shootings.
Jurors will not be questioned in regards to punishment for Lane if he his convicted.
Both the judge and the attorneys in the case are scheduled to meet Jan 30 to discuss a trial date.
Lane is accused of firing 10 shots at a group of students in the Chardon HS cafeteria in February of 2012. He was at the school waiting for a bus to transport him to his alternative school.
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