The trial of a Colorado Spring man charged with setting a blaze that killed his two daughters and stepson is being delayed again.
Thirty-six-year-old Timothy Nicholls is charged with crimes including first-degree murder and arson.
He was set to stand trial March Fifth in Colorado Springs, but the trial's been pushed back to March 19th.
It's scheduled to last about six weeks.
Eleven-year-old Jay Nicholls, five-year-old Sophia, and three-year-old Sierra died when their home caught fire on March Seventh, 2003.
Timothy Nicholls faces up to three life prison sentences if convicted of the murder charges alone.
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