The Oregonian reports that the trial of a convicted killer in the deadly mass shooting at a Portland, Oregon, community college last week is expected to last over a month.
The Oregonian says that the first scheduled appearance will take place on February 12.
The trial of Jason Patrick Anderson, a 30-year-old former college student who is awaiting trial for the 2015 shooting deaths of two men at the Oregon State University campus, is scheduled to begin on April 1, according to a preliminary hearing on Friday.
The hearing is expected be held at the Portland courthouse in Portland, according the Associated Press.
Anderson is accused of shooting three people at the campus, including a security guard, on December 3, 2015, and wounding two others before killing himself.
Anderson was charged with first-degree murder, attempted murder, criminal attempted homicide and criminal possession of a firearm during a crime of violence.
The suspect was originally charged with a second-degree count of armed robbery and a third-degree charge of unlawful use of a weapon.
The case has gained international attention, with Anderson’s family and friends organizing a candlelight vigil for the victims in front of the Portland State University, where the university is located.
The vigil was also attended by more than 1,000 people.
The Portland Oregonian reported that the suspect’s attorney has asked the judge to delay the trial until the public can see the surveillance video of the killings.