A trial date has been set for Daniel Olaska, the Naperville resident charged with the 2012 stabbing death of local teacher, Shaun Wild.
The 30-year-old will begin his trial on March 2, 2015, which is just over three years after the crime took place. Attorneys for both sides told Judge Kathryn Cesswell they would be prepared at that time. Assistant state’s attorney Demetri Demopoulos expects the trial will last two weeks, due to the large number of witnesses.
Wild was fatally stabbed at Frankie’s Blue Room in Naperville on February 4, 2012, during an altercation. Also injured were Wild’s friend, Willie Hayes and Bouncer, Rafael Castaneda.
Olaska is charged with seven counts of first degree murder and two separate counts of attempted murder, he has pled not guilty.
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