The defense wants to introduce evidence about more than 900 patients kicked out for not following pain treatment guidelines of the couple's Haysville clinic. Prosecutors want jurors to hear only evidence relating to patients who died.
Prosecutors also want the Schneiders and their attorneys held in contempt for allowing access to the clinic. They claim the office paper shredder was full when marshals seized the property. The defense contends there was no wrongdoing.
A hearing is scheduled for Monday.
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