The triple first-degree murder case against Clem Beauchamp is so complex that it will take a few more months to navigate through a maze of reports and evidence from the two separate law enforcement agencies who handled the cases, attorneys told a judge Tuesday.
During a status hearing before Circuit Judge Richard Oftedal, Assistant State Attorney Terri Skiles and Beauchamp’s defense attorney Michael Maher said they doubted either one of them would be able to give the judge an update on where the case is until the end of summer. Beauchamp was arrested in September 2011 for the murders, eight months apart, of his 25-year-old girlfriend Felicia Brown and her two children, 10-year-old Jermaine McNeil, and 6-year-old Ju’Tyra Allen.
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