SANDUSKY COUNTY, OH (WTOL) - The man accused to murdering a Fremont woman could face the death penalty.
Myers was arraigned on five charges Tuesday. Among his charges was two counts of aggravated murder. Those charges could bring a death penalty sentence.
Myers appeared in Tuesday's hearing without an attorney and did not enter a plea. Myers may be responsible for hiring his own attorney because he owns a truck, mobile home and a 401K.
"If he hires his own lawyer, he is entitled to hire the lawyer of his choice," said Sandusky County prosecutor Tim Braun. "He can hire the most experienced lawyer in the state; he can hire someone fresh out of law school. That is a decision he gets to make and again, if the burden falls on the judge, the judge has to hire someone form a limited pool."
Myers is being held on a $2 million bond.