Report: Lane To Plead Guilty In Chardon High School Shooting Case


Accused Chardon High School shooter T.J. Lane will be in court on Tuesday to plead guilty in the shooting deaths of three students, according to Cleveland television station WEWS-TV.

The station reported that a plea deal had been worked out for Lane to change his plea from not guilty by reason of insanity.

Lane's defense attorney declined to comment to WEWS-TV on what is expected to unfold in court Tuesday morning, saying he would make any appropriate comments following the hearing.

If convicted at trial, Lane faced life in prison without parole.