A new date in September has been set for the High Court trial of three people charge with murder over the death of a man found injured in a Sumner carpark in March 2017.
The trial had been set for February 19, but was not able to go ahead because of pre-trial issues.
Justice Gerald Nation set the new trial date of September 10 at a pre-trial call-over in the High Court at Christchurch today.
He remanded Cyle Robert Jetson, 21, Deborah Jean Tihema, a 39-year-old mother from Bromley, and Moses Eli Hurrell, 16, in custody to another call-over on April 20, with dates indicated for some pre-trial arguments.
They are charged with the murder of Pierclaudio Raviola who was found badly injured in a carpark outside the Sumner Surf Lifesaving Club. He died in hospital three days later.
The three deny the murder charge. Tihema also denies taking a car, and Hurrell denies a burglary charge. Hurrell originally had automatic name suppression because of his age, but the order was lifted in June.