There will be no more delays in the case of a Rapid City man accused of shooting a stranger in the head.
Kelsey Reavis, 20, is accused of shooting Christopher Levin, 28, with a 45 caliber pistol at a house party last April.
Reavis has been in custody for a year. There have been delays in the case, partly because there was a change in the defense attorney.
On Monday, the prosecutor wanted to change the trial date, but Judge Craig Pfeifle denied the request. The three day trial will start June 4 with a new prosecutor.
If convicted, Reavis faces a maximum of 25 years in prison for attempted murder.