2 Lewis County men accused of murder appeared in court Wednesday.
Pre-trial hearings for Joseph Metz and Charles Freeman were held before Judge Jake Reger in Weston.
Both cases were continued.
Metz's trial will now be held in late August.
Freeman's hearing was continued until Thursday.
Both stand accused of murder and kidnapping in the disappearance of Maxine Stalnaker and Mary Friend in late 1999.
Family of the 2 women said they are ready to see the case come to a close.
"I'm more determined now to see justice than I am worried about my feelings. It's turning into 'It's going to happen or else,'" said family member, Pamela Smith.
Lawyers for Freeman will meet with prosecutors at 1:00 p.m. June 4. in Weston.
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UPDATE (3/30/15 at 6:00 p.m.)
Metz appeared in court Monday afternoon regarding the murders in 1999.
The defense made 3 motions. 2 motions were denied, and 1 was taken into advisement.
1 of the motions made by the defense involved law enforcement officials attempting to use Metz' wife to reveal more information on the case, and that motion was denied.
The judge set discovery deadlines for May.