CHARDON -- The attorney for T.J. Lane, Ian Friedman, has entered a not guilty by reason of insanity plea for his client.
Lane has been undergoing psychological testing for the last two weeks to determine whether there is enough cause to change his plea.
In earlier court hearings, juvenile records and testimony indicated Lane suffers from auditory and visual hallucinations and has migraine headaches.
The trial is scheduled for late November. There is still the issue of whether the case will be held in Chardon.
Lane is charged in the murders of three students at Chardon High School in February.