OSAGE, Iowa (AP) -- A hearing for a 13-year-old Osage boy accused of murdering his mother has been delayed and will be closed to the public when it is finally held.
The Mason City Globe Gazette reports that the hearing in Mitchell County was scheduled for Friday. The defense attorney asked for the delay.
The hearing has not been rescheduled yet. It is aimed at determining whether the boy should be classified as a youthful offender. If that happens, he would stay under the supervision of the judicial system past his 18th birthday. If he remains a juvenile offender, he would be freed at the age of 18.
The judge has already ruled that some parts of the juvenile court file would not be made public.
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