The rural Farina teen charged with murdering a Loogootee couple in their home last month is now being represented by a private attorney.
At a brief hearing in Fayette County Circuit Court on Wednesday morning, Monroe McWard of Taylorville told Judge William Becker that he had been hired to represent Clifford W. Baker.
Baker replaces Fayette County Public Defender Ed Potter, who was appointed by Becker to represent the rural Farina teen.
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