The woman accused of Charlottesville's first murder of the year was back in court Thursday.
Wanda Turner, 47, showed up for a preliminary hearing in Charlottesville's General District Court, but the case was continued.
The defense team told the judge it needed more time to prepare for the case. The hearing is rescheduled for October 4 at 3:00 p.m..
Turner is charged with second-degree murder. Police say she is responsible for killing Robert "Eddie" Snead inside his apartment on Fairway Avenue back in March. The medical examiner's office says Snead died of sharp force injuries to the neck.
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