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The attorney for accused killer Aaron Schaffhausen said Tuesday his client might admit to the crimes yet still maintain an insanity claim.
The Minot, North Dakota man is charged with killing his three daughters at their River Falls home last July.
He has a court hearing scheduled today in Hudson. Schaffhausen's lawyer, John Kusinski, says his client may change his plea and move on to the insanity phase of the trial.
The trial is currently scheduled to begin Monday.