Public Defender Trying To Determine If Evidence Against Keith Robbins Is Admissable in Court

MAYVILLE — A hearing to determine what evidence, if any, should be inadmissible in the trial of Keith L. Robbins was held Tuesday in Chautauqua County Court.

Indicted by a Chautauqua County Grand Jury and charged with second-degree murder and injuring a police animal, Robbins is scheduled to begin trial in June.

Tuesday’s suppression hearing allowed Nathaniel Barone, county public defender and Robbins’ counsel, to determine if any evidence against Robbins could be thrown out for possibly violating his client’s constitutional rights.

See Wednesday’s edition of The Post-Journal for the full story.