Attorney maintains ex-minister's rights were violated
A Hubbard County District Court judge will decide if a disgraced lay minister's constitutional rights against self-incrimination were violated when he admitted to child sexual abuse in two police interviews last spring.
Those, and a change of venue, are the issues that arose Monday at Darwin Schauer's omnibus hearing.
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