Michael Skakel, the scion of Greenwich wealth, has yet to be charged with anything in connection with the 1975 killing of his then 15-year-old neighbor Martha Moxley�bludgeoned to death with a golf club in a gated enclave of America’s richest town.

But currently a grand jury is investigating the murder, and the struggle over potential evidence in this celebrity case is hard-fought. Defense efforts by Skakel’s lawyers have already paid off for him and, indirectly, for those in need of a psychiatrist’s care.

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