CONYERS, GA – Lawyers for Anthony “T.J.” Solomon Jr., the teen-ager accusedof opening fire at Heritage High School, must decide whether to againfocus on his mental state as the case moves to superior court.

After three days of hearings, Rockdale County Juvenile Court Judge WilliamSchneider ruled Wednesday that the 15-year-old must be tried as an adult,and not in juvenile court, for the May 20 shootings that wounded six students.

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