A hearing about possible evidence in the killing of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's student body president has been canceled for a second time.
Attorneys for Demario Atwater and Laurence Lovette had been scheduled to meet Monday. But Orange County District Attorney Jim Woodall told WTVD-TV that both sides need more time to gather evidence.
Attorneys for both men are expected to file motions requesting access to records traditionally kept confidential.
Atwater and Lovette are charged in with first-degree murder, armed robbery and kidnapping in Eve Carson's March 5 death.
The 22-year-old from Athens, Ga., was taken from her Chapel Hill home and watched as hundreds of dollars were withdrawn from her bank account at several ATMs. She was later shot five times.
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