Richard Meehan Jr., lead defense attorney for Christopher Plaskson addresses the media outside the Connecticut Superior Court in Milford, Connecticut after Plaskson waived his right to a probable ... more 
Richard Meehan Jr., lead defense attorney for Christopher Plaskson addresses the media outside the Connecticut Superior Court in Milford, Connecticut after Plaskson waived his right to a probable cause hearing June 4, 2014. The Connecticut high-school student accused of stabbing to death 16-year-old classmate Maren Sanchez hours before their junior prom in late April was due in court on Wednesday for a hearing on whether there is enough evidence to move forward with his case. Plaskon, 16 at the time of the alleged attack, but now 17, is accused of stabbing Sanchez, a fellow junior at Jonathan Law High School, in her neck, chest and face with a kitchen knife on April 25. REUTERS/Michelle McLoughlin (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION) less 
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Wed, Jun 4, 2014 12:40 PM EDT