Accused murderer Daniel Baker appeared before Judge Fred Foreman in Lake County court Friday Morning for a status hearing.
The 23-year-old Deerfield man is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Vernon Hills resident Marina Aksman in 2010. Authorities claim Baker beat Aksman to death with a baseball bat. At the time of the murder, he was dating her daughter Kristina.
In court Friday, the defense asked to look at court psychologist Karen Chantry’s 17-page report on Baker. According to Assistant State’s Attorney Patricia Fix they want access to her raw data so their own experts can review it. Back in May, the Chicago Sun-Times reported that Chantry deemed Baker mentally fit to stand trial.
Baker will be back in court on June 15 at 9 a.m.
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According to the Lake County State’s Attorney’s Office 23-year-old Daniel Baker will appear before Judge Fred Foreman Friday morning.
A status hearing is scheduled for 9 a.m. at the Lake County Courthouse in Waukegan in room 204.
The Deerfield resident is accused of killing 50-year-old Marina Aksman back in April of 2010 with a baseball bat at her home in Vernon Hills. At the time of the murder, Baker was dating Marina’s daughter Kristina Aksman.
In May the Chicago Sun-Times reported that a court psychologist deemed Baker mentally fit to stand trial for the first-degree murder of Aksman.
Stay tuned to Patch for an update on Friday’s status hearing.