LAFAYETTE, Colo. (AP) - A teenager who is charged as an adult after an explosive device was found at Centaurus High School in Lafayette in May is due in court.
The teen's lawyers had asked that his preliminary hearing on Wednesday be closed to the public.
The judge rejected the request, saying attorneys failed to show why it would be in the teen's best interest to do so.
The teenager is facing charges of first-degree attempted murder, use of explosives, possession of an explosive and felony menacing. No one was hurt in the incident.
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