The man in connection with the made a brief appearance in court today.
Police say John L. Wilson stabbed Kelli O'Laughlin to death after she came home from school and interrupted him while he was burglarizing the house.
The case is still in the discovery phase, while Wilson's new attorney awaits for documents to be delivered from the state. .
In May, Wilson dismissed . Wilson has been found mentally fit to stand trial for the 31 felony counts against him, including first-degree murder charges that carry a potential sentence of life in prison.
after dismissing his attorneys, but after Judge John Joseph Hynes advised him to take some time to think about his decision, Wilson agreed to accept the services of a public defender.
Wilson appeared briefly in court Wednesday and received the date of his next status hearing. He is due back in court on July 6.