The trial for a man accused of killing a Northern Illinois University student has been delayed until April.
The Daily Chronicle reported that a judge delayed William Curl's trial again on Monday. Judge Robbin Stuckert gave prosecutors more time to hire and prepare a forensic psychology expert. The 36-year-old Curl is accused of killing freshman Antinette "Toni" Keller, a Neuqua Valley High School graduate from Plainfield, in October 2010. Her burned body was found in a park two days after she went missing.
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Curl's trial was scheduled for Dec. 3, but was rescheduled for Jan. 14 so Curl could be fitted for hearing aids. It is now scheduled to start April 11.