The attorney for Tyler Hadley, the St. Lucie County teen who allegedly killed his parents and then hosted a party, plans on relying on the defense of insanity, according to court documents.
The notice of intent to “rely on the defense of insanity” was filed Monday. Hadley’s public defender Diamond Litty declined to comment.
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