Attorneys will have 10 days to file written objections to the completed mental evaluation report of a rural Paynesville man indicted on first-degree murder charges for allegedly shooting and killing an Albertville man last fall. A Kandiyohi County judge on Wednesday ordered that after the court receives any objections – or the 10-day period expires – the court will proceed as appropriate in the case against 46-year-old Timothy John Huber. He and his father, 81-year-old Delbert Edwin Huber both face murder charges for their roles in the October 8th death of 43-year-old Timothy Richard Larson of Albertville. Delbert Huber allegedly shot Larson during a confrontation over the fact that Larson ordered the Hubers and their farm equipment off property owned by Larson’s father in rural Belgrade. The mental evaluation of the younger Huber was ordered December 7th after his attorneys filed a notice that their client was either mentally ill or under duress.