The court granted the defense another continuance of the case Friday, against the objections of the prosecution, according to San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe.
Wolke's attorney had requested to review the autopsy report before entering a plea, but the county Coroner's Office has not yet completed the report, according to Wagstaffe.
It usually takes no longer than six weeks after a death for the District Attorney's Office to receive an autopsy report from the Coroner's Office, Wagstaffe said. He said he didn't know why the report was delayed.
According to the District Attorney's Office, Wolke had arrived in the Bay Area from Cincinnati just a few days before the murder, and there is no known relationship or contact between Wolke and Hughes Anderson, nor a motive for the crime.
Wolke is in custody on $10 million bail.
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