LAWYERS in the case of murder-accused Jesse Green still have not come to an agreement on the case's facts.
Green, 27, is charged with killing young mother Teah Rose Luckwell in her South Tamworth unit on March 28 last year.
In Tamworth Local Court yesterday, the matter was pushed back again while lawyers try to come to an agreement on the facts in the case, magistrate Malcolm Macpherson said.
"There's something like 16 volumes of evidence, hence it's put over to see if the DPP [public prosecutor] and defence would agree on a set of case notes," he said.
"This one [set of facts] has marks and what have you, all over it, that they agree on."
Both defence solicitor Frank Falcomata and the public prosecutor have previously come under fire from magistrate Roger Prowse for a lack of movement on the case.
Green has been in prison since his arrest in April last year, charged with aggravated breaking and entering, having goods suspected stolen, using an offensive weapon to commit an indictable offence, larceny, stalking and intimidating, and murder.
The body of 22-year-old Ms Luckwell was found in her Robert Street apartment by a neighbour, who reported it to police.
Police allege Green knew Ms Luckwell before he allegedly attacked and murdered her in her home about 9.30pm on March 28.
The details on exactly how Ms Luckwell died still haven't been publicly released by police, but Green is the only person charged in connection with her murder. Detectives have accused Green of breaking into an Ernst Street house in Oxley Vale between 8pm and 11pm on March 27 and stealing from the house while people were inside.
Police allege Green had a 40cm knife that he used to intimidate a woman between 4.10am and 4.30am on March 28, about the same time as the alleged murder.
He's accused of then attempting to break into the same woman's property in Robert Street while armed with the knife.
Green faces charges of larceny of an Apple iPad worth $500 between 8am and 8.20am on March 28 in South Tamworth, as well as larceny of two suitcases of clothing and laptops between 5.30pm and 5.35pm at Hornsby in Sydney.
No evidence of Green's DNA has been uncovered by forensics at the slain mother's home.
The matter will return to court on Wednesday.