EXCLUSIVE: There are challenges with buried baby case, prosecutor says
“I appreciate the public interest in the case,” Oda said, adding everybody has a job to do, including reporters. “The primary issue I have in this case… the participants in this trial, be it the attorneys, the investigators and our coroner, they need to do their job here in the courtroom instead if doing their job out in the hallway or in the lobby or at a podium that is not in this courtroom.”
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Richardson, 18, is charged with aggravated murder and other felonies for allegedly purposely killing the baby after birth on May 6 or 7, then burning and burying the body in the backyard of her Eagle Ridge Drive residence.