Carmel, Ind.—There is still a lot of confusion surrounding the gag order issued in the Carmel High School assault case and who it pertains to.
The judge gave the order earlier this month in the case of four Carmel basketball players accused of attacking their classmates. Robert Turner is the attorney representing one of the victims. After leaving the courtroom Monday morning, Turner told Fox59 News he still isn't sure if he's allowed to talk to the media. That's because the judge wouldn't allow questions.
When we asked, Fox59 was told the order "speaks for itself."
Here's the confusing part: technically, the county prosecutor represents the victim in the criminal case, not Turner. Turner's office plans to file a civil lawsuit against Carmel Clay Schools on behalf of the victim.