Mar 4, 2015 10:36 AM
OSSIPEE - Assistant Attorney General Jane young and Nathaniel Kibby's lawyer attended a status conference hearing Wednesday at Carroll County Superior Court.
Kibby's lawyer said he does not have all the evidence collected to fairly represent his client.
The state said it has been gathering evidence from different departments since August.
Kibby's lawyer asked to set the trial date for April 2016. The state argued that date is too far away and that the alleged victim deserves a speedy trial.
The judge will issue an order Monday or Tuesday that will likely announce whether all 205 indictments will be combined to one trial.
Five indictments are in Carroll County. The other 200 are in Coos County.
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