A 56-year-old convicted homicide defendant was scheduled for his next hearing in September before Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Jeannie Hong.
Charles Robert Hicks, III received a life sentence and five years of supervised probation for first-degree murder on Dec. 16, 1996.
Hicks has two other cases that are pending, said the prosecutor during the hearing on Aug. 4. Counsel said they need more time, specifically the defense attorney, who mentioned he never met with the defendant.
Hicks was represented by defense attorney Roland Kurland.
According to Baltimore Sun, Hicks, 56, killed 26-year-old Nancy V. Klotz by stabbing her to death on the unit block of W. Clement Street in August 1996.
Hicks’ next hearing is scheduled for Sept. 6.