The lawyers for the man accused of kidnapping Jayme Closs and killing her parents aren't saying how they plan to approach the case.
Charles Glynn and Richard Jones spoke with reporters Sunday night in Barron. They say their client, Jake Patterson, is feeling what most would feel if they were facing murder and kidnapping charges. As for the case, the two say they're not going to talk about their strategy because it's a bit too early to decide how to take the case to trial. Patterson is due in court today (Monday).