BRUNSWICK, Ga. -- Both the defense and the prosecution in the murder trial of 13-month-old Antonio Santiago will be put on a gag order.
As of last Friday, Judge Stephen Kelley directed both sides not to engage in comment with the press going forward.
According to Glynn County District Attorney Mark Spalding, the direct order was expected by close of business Wednesday and after that, the defense and prosecution will no longer be able to talk to the media.
De'Marquise Elkins, 17, and his alleged accomplice Dominique Lang, 15, are accused of shooting Santiago in the head while he was in a stroller pushed by his mother, Sherry West, who they are also accused of shooting.
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