Judge to decide on Florida face-biter insanity plea

Austin Harrouff, center, wearing stripes, accused of brutally killing a Tequesta couple in 2016, appears Friday, Aug. 2, 2019, at the Martin County Courthouse in Stuart, Fla., as defense attorney Robert Watson, standing in front of Harrouff, asks Martin County Circuit Judge Sherwood Bauer Jr., to not allow video recording of a mental health evaluation to be conducted by a psychologist hired by the state. Harrouff, a former college student who killed a Florida couple in their garage six years earlier and then chewed on one victim's face, is finally set to go on trial, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022. (Xavier Mascarenas/TCPalm.com via AP, File) Austin Harrouff, center, wearing stripes, accused of brutally killing a Tequesta couple in 2016, appears Friday, Aug. 2, 2019, at the Martin County Courthouse in Stuart, Fla., as defense attorney Robert Watson, standing in front of Harrouff, asks Martin County Circuit Judge Sherwood Bauer Jr., to not allow video recording of a mental health evaluation to be conducted by a psychologist hired by the state. Harrouff, a former college student who killed a Florida couple in their garage six years earlier and then chewed on one victim's face, is finally set to go on trial, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022. (Xavier Mascarenas/TCPalm.com via AP, File)

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