FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) - The trial for a former Northern Arizona University student charged in a fatal shooting won't start in July.
A judge granted a request Thursday from attorneys for Steven Jones to delay it but didn't immediately set a new date.
Two of Jones' attorneys wanted it pushed back because the State Bar of Arizona is reviewing a conflict of interest allegation against them.
Prosecutor Ammon Barker urged the judge to consider the victims' rights to a speedy trial.
The judge's decision marks the fourth delay in Jones' retrial. A jury in his first trial deadlocked on murder and other charges.
Jones maintains he acted in self-defense when he killed Colin Brough and wounded three other students on the Flagstaff campus in October 2015.
Prosecutors say Jones was the aggressor.