WHITE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - A White County man accused of killing his mother and half-sister is set for an examination to determine his sanity.
His defense council will not be present.
Prosecutor Bob Guy says a judge ruled that the defense council for 20-year-old David Rodenbarger cannot be present during an insanity examination.
The state also asked the defense not have contact with the psychiatrist performing the exam.
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A motion was also granted for prosecutors to get records from Indiana University and examination records from when Rodenbarger was held at the Marion County Jail.
Rodenbarger is accused of killing his 6-year-old half sister, Jillian Haskins, and his 41-year-old mother, Michelle Haskins, at their Monticello home in February.
There will be another hearing in May, when prosecutors say they hope to have the insanity examination scheduled.
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