Prosecutors and defense attorneys are asking for more time to review the Carrie Olson murder case.
Timothy McVay is accused of killing Olson. He appeared in court but the judge delayed the preliminary hearing giving the defense two more weeks to look over the evidence the prosecutors handed over.
"So I think the public defender wanted an opportunity to review those documents, like i say it's a lot of pages, a lot of discovery," Rock Island County State's Attorney John McGehee said.
The preliminary hearing is scheduled for August 12th.