Prosecutors will get another chance this week to begin laying out the evidence in the case against a Burmese man accused in a 2008 murder.
A preliminary hearing scheduled earlier this year for 25-year-old Esar Met was canceled due to concerns about the quality of the interpreters in the case. The hearing, which will determine whether there is enough evidence against Met to proceed to trial, is scheduled to begin Wednesday in 3rd District Court.
"It has been something that everybody has worked very hard on and it's been a case with its own complexities," said Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill on Tuesday. "But the goal has always been to move this along through the criminal justice system."