Two teens accused of murder appeared in court Monday nearly two weeks after their original trial date.
Arthur Eric Magana and Gustavo Olivo were scheduled to go through trial as co-defendants April 10, but received separate trial dates in court April 23. The teens allegedly shot to death 20-year-old Wyatt Miller in 2016 in unincorporated Maricopa.
Olivo will stand trial for six days beginning Oct. 30. Magana’s trial, also planned for six days, is tentatively scheduled for Nov. 13. Both trials would feature a 12-person jury.
John Schaus, attorney for Olivo, said he’s still hoping to settle the matter without trial by way of an offer from the state.
“If we settle this, I’ll let you know immediately,” Schauss told Pinal County Superior Court Judge Kevin White.
White vacated the original trial last month because of other conflicting trial dates.
Olivo and Magana will return to court June 11 for a status review conference.