The trial for Nicolas Guaman, who is accused of striking and killing a Milford man with his truck in 2011, was delayed for the second time on Wednesday.
Guaman, an Ecuadorian citizen who is reportedly in the U.S. illegally, is accused of allegedly striking and dragging Matthew Denice, a Framingham State University graduate and Milford resident, on Aug. 20, 2011 in Milford.
Wednesday's trial began around 2:30 p.m. in Worcester Superior Court on, but a judge determined that the trial would need to be delayed until at least Monday, or when the court could find an appropriate interpreter, MyFoxBoston reported. Guaman's trial was originally set for Thursday, April 3, but was delayed to this week.
Guaman's defense attorney claimed the facts aren't in dispute but that the degree of his responsibility are, according to MyFoxBoston.
The following comment was posted to Justice For Matt, a Facebook page set up in honor of Denice on Wednesday:
"I feel like I'm in the movie Ground Hog Day. Spent the entire day in court only to have the trial delayed again."
Editor's Note: This article was originally published on Wednesday, May 7, and has been updated to clarify that, according to MyFoxBoston, the judge has delayed the trial until at least Monday. Milford Patch will provide more information on the trial as it becomes available.