St. Johns sheriff: Murder suspect Aiden Fucci ‘does not have a right’ to pick where he is housed

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St. Johns County Sheriff Rob Hardwick said teenage murder suspect Aiden Fucci should not have a say in how he is being held in jail while he awaits trial.
Fucci, 15, is accused of killing 13-year-old classmate Tristyn Bailey in her St. Johns County neighborhood of Durbin Crossing in May 2021.
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On Nov. 21, Action News Jax told you that Fucci's attorneys had filed a motion to have the teen released from solitary confinement. He is currently being held in the Duval County Detention Center.
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He is currently being held in solitary because the St. Johns County Jail has no juvenile cells.
In a legal response filed Wednesday, Hardwick attorneys said Fucci's rights were lost when he was charged, adding that those safety-based decisions are made by a sheriff, not an inmate.
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“The defendant is not entitled to classification and placement in a facility of his choice. Those rights were lost when he was indicted by a St. Johns County grand jury on first-degree murder,” the filing reads.
Read the full application below:
SJCSO Objection to Fucci Motion 11-23 by ActionNewsJax on Scribd
Fucci's trial was originally scheduled to begin this month. It was pushed back to February because his defense attorney said she needed more time to gather testimony.
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Fucci's next hearing is scheduled for December 2, and during that hearing the judge could decide what date Fucci's trial will begin.
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