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Adult trial would be detrimental to Paape, experts say

DA says punishment is priority over rehabilitation

6:47 PM, Jan. 29, 2013
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Attorneys for a Sheboygan teen charged in the murder of an elderly Sheboygan Falls woman argued Tuesday that the boy would be better served in the juvenile justice system than in adult court, where he's currently being tried.

The argument was laid out during more than six hours of testimony in Sheboygan County Circuit Court during a hearing to decide whether to move 14-year-old Nathan Paape's case to juvenile court.

The hearing is scheduled to conclude Wednesday with testimony from the state's witnesses followed by an expected ruling by Circuit Court Judge Timothy Van Akkeren. ...

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