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Third Trial Date Set in 2009 Iowa City Homicide

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IOWA CITY, Iowa - Yet another trial date after being postponed three times has been scheduled for one of three suspects charged in connection with the 2009 killing of an Iowa City landlord.

Justin Marshall, 21, is now scheduled to be tried on a first-degree murder charge on Jan. 22, according to a judge's order filed this afternoon. A pretrial conference is scheduled for Jan. 11, and a hearing on the defense's motion to suppress evidence is scheduled for Oct. 25, according to online court records.

A judge granted the third delay in the case in August after Marshall's defense attorney informed the court that attorneys still needed to depose witnesses, including Charles Thompson, one of Marshall's co-defendants.

Thompson initially was charged with first-degree murder but pleaded guilty to a lesser offense of accessory after the fact in December after a mistrial in his case. As part of the plea deal, Thompson agreed to testify against Marshall.

Thompson has been in jail since taking the plea deal because he agreed to remain in custody until after his sentencing, and his sentencing has been postponed until after Marshall's trial.

A third co-defendant, Courtney White, 23, of Coralville, was arrested in October on suspicion of first-degree murder in connection with the case. His trial still is scheduled for Jan. 8.

All three men are accused in the killing John Versypt, 64, of Cordova, Ill., on Oct. 8, 2009, as the landlord checked in on his condominiums in south Iowa City. Versypt, according to police, was fatally shot in the head and hand during an attempted robbery while he was working on one of his units in the Broadway Condominiums.

If convicted, both Marshall and White face mandatory life sentences in prison.

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