The defense presented no evidence, Wagstaffe said.
Wagstaffe said he expects Wolke to re-enter his plea of not guilty before Judge Joseph Scott on Nov. 1, at which time the judge will set the date for a jury trial and a pre-trial conference.
According to the District Attorney's Office, Wolke had arrived in the Bay Area from Cincinnati just a few days before the killing on Dec. 12, and there is no known relationship or contact between Wolke and Hughes Anderson, nor a known motive for the crime.
Wolke remains in custody on $10 million bail.
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