MURDER-accused Jesse Green has had his case committed for trial in the Supreme Court.
Lawyers in the case have come to an agreement on the facts in the matter, that cut the evidence down from 16 volumes, the court heard on Wednesday.
"An agreement has been reached and I have a Crown case statement," DPP solicitor Andrew Baker said.
"The purpose of the agreement is that your honour need only read a 22 page document rather than 1500 pages."
Green, 27, is charged with killing young mother Teah Rose Luckwell in her home in South Tamworth on March 28, last year.
The 22-year-old's body was found by a neighbour who reported it to police.
If you do say something it may be recorded and used against you in a trial.Magistrate Malcom Macpherson
The accused faced court on Wednesday via video link from prison, where he has remained since his arrest in April last year.
Defence solicitor Frank Falcomata said his client's fitness to proceed to trial was still under question.
But magistrate Malcom Macpherson argued Green, wearing prison greens, should have the opportunity to answer to the charges.
"You are entitled to say or give evidence on your behalf," Mr Macpherson said.
"On March 28 in South Tamworth you did murder Teah Luckwell, you should know that you do not have to say anything unless you want to.
"If you do say something it may be recorded and used against you in a trial."
Green's lawyer Mr Falcomata instructed him to answer "No" to an opportunity to comment on each of the charges that include murder, break and enter knowing someone was inside, using an offensive weapon to commit an indictable offence, goods suspected stolen on premises, larceny and stalk and intimidate.
Asked if he wanted to call any witnesses on his behalf, Green responded, "No".
The matter has been committed for trial in the Supreme Court in Sydney for arraignment, July 12.
Bail was not applied for and was formally refused.