Next court date set for 2 men accused of killing mom Tammy Meyers

Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- The two men accused of killing Las Vegas resident and mother Tammy Meyers appeared in court on Thursday morning.

19-year-old Eric Nowsch is accused of shooting Meyers during a gun battle after an initial confrontation with Tammy and her daughter.

26-year-old Derrick Andrews is the suspected getaway driver in the incident.

On Tuesday, a Clark County District Court judge said that a trial for the two men that was supposed to start next week would be rescheduled because of too many pretrial matters.

On Thursday, the judge said that a date for trial would be set during a hearing on June 18.

"Getting the trial over is part of the process of laying Tammy to rest in a final manner," Meyer's family attorney, Samuel Schwartz, said. "So on that level we would certainly like to see the trial end sooner than later." 

Schwartz said the delay wasn't a surprise given Andrews just appointed two new attorneys, who said they have a lot of evidence to go through to get up to speed on the case. 

"It's certainly our view that Derrick Andrews and Erich Nowsh are entitled to a full and fair defense of the state's claims against them," Schwartz said. 

Both men have pled not guilty to charges of murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to commit murder and discharge of a weapon from a structure or vehicle. They are currently being held at the Clark County Detention Center.

Nowsch is also facing charges related to an incident with a 13-year-old boy. He has a status check hearing for that case on May 28.