RALEIGH (WTVD) --Attorneys were scheduled to meet with a judge Friday to discuss the case of Craig Hicks, who is accused of killing a Muslim couple and one of their relatives, but the hearing was postponed.
Attorneys representing the prosecution and the defense were slated to go over Hicks's pretrial case management before a judge in Durham, however, it has now been been delayed until June.
Hicks is charged with murder in the 2015 deaths of Deah Barakat; his wife, Yusor Abu-Salha; and her sister, Razan Abu-Salha. The couple were neighbors of the defendant, who was known for arguing over parking spots at a Chapel Hill apartment complex and also making Facebook posts disdaining all religions.
PHOTOS: VICTIMS OF THE CHAPEL HILL SHOOTING REMEMBERED
No trial date has been set.
The victims' families have sought to keep their memories alive by continuing philanthropy work they started, including a dental clinic for Syrian refugees.
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