Brandon Case, the man accused of the 2013 murder of tourism worker Dean Moriah, had his case set for hearing on September 18, following his appearance in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on Tuesday, July 29.
Nineteen-year-old Case has been in custody since his arrest on September 16, 2013.
During Case's previous court appearance on July 9, the court was told that he was without legal representation due to arrangements having not been finalized with attorney-at-law Martyn Thomas, who had previously represented him. The court was also told at that time that the prosecution's case file was ready for preliminary examination.
Dean Moriah, who had worked in the tourism industry for approximately 20 years, died on August 29, 2013, as a result of stab wounds he sustained to his neck and chest. His house was also set on fire.
Before dying, Moriah had reportedly named his attacker, and Case was subsequently arrested after he was allegedly found with the victim's motor vehicle in Oracabessa, St Mary.
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