The murder trial against Andrew Williams, which was expected to begin jury selection this week, has been postponed until November because prosecutors have not been able to subpoena a witness who they believe is very important to the government’s case.
In the meantime, Williams, 25, has been released from jail and placed in a high intensity supervision program which allows him to continue serving probation for two unrelated offenses. Court documents say he has been ordered to live at a residence in Maryland.
Williams is charged with first-degree murder while armed and related weapons offenses in connection with the 2011 shooting death of 30-year-old Junon Tyree Snead. A new trial date has been scheduled for November 18. A status hearing in the case is scheduled for September 27.
Release documents are below.