A Riverside judge is set to hear testimony about what to do with a boy who, when he was only ten years old, shot his neo-Nazi father to death.
The now-13-year-old boy has been in juvenile custody ever since.
The "Press-Enterprise" reports Judge Jean Leonard has already found that the youngster committed the crime, but the trial that starts on the 25th is to figure out whether he could be placed in a juvenile detention facility or an alternative placement site until he's 23-years-old.
The father, Jeff Hall, was the head of a neo-Nazi group that led rallies in Riverside and along the U.S-Mexico border. He was shot at close range while sleeping. The boy told police he was afraid he would have to choose between his mother and stepmother in their pending divorce.