HUDSON, Wis. (AP) - The attorney for a Wisconsin man convicted of killing his three daughters says he'll appeal the verdict.
A St. Croix County jury rejected an insanity defense from Aaron Schaffhausen, who had admitted killing his girls last July.
The jury accepted that Schaffhausen had a mental defect but found it didn't keep him from understanding that what he was doing was wrong.
Attorney John Kucinski says Judge Howard Cameron instructed the jury on motive when it wasn't relevant to the case. He also said the judge shouldn't have denied the jury's request to have expert reports in the room as they deliberated.
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