New date in knife case against man held in Vegas mom slaying
5:11 AM, Apr 29, 2016
LAS VEGAS (AP) - A judge has pushed back a court date to May 19 for a defendant trying to withdraw his guilty pleas to assault with a weapon in one case, and shooting and killing a Las Vegas mom a neighborhood cul-de-sac in another case.
Erich Milton Nowsch Jr. first will have a hearing May 10 that could lead to his sentencing for second-degree murder stemming from the February 2015 shooting death of Tammy Meyers.
A judge in that case might also grant a delay and appoint Nowsch a new lawyer.
Nowsch faces a minimum of at least 11 years in prison in the Meyers slaying.
He's facing one-to-six years in the knife case.
Getaway driver Derrick Andrews faces two years for his guilty pleas to voluntary manslaughter and accessory to murder.