A new trial date has been set for the Lima man accused of shooting and killing his brother in October of 2011.
53 year old James Ream has had his June jury trial pushed back a couple of months. Ream's attorney, Greg Donahue filed a motion for a continuance after it was determined the doctor he hired to do a psychological evaluation on his client would take longer than expected.
Judge Richard Warren granted the motion and rescheduled Ream's trial for Monday, August 13th. Ream is accused of murdering his 62 year old brother, Ronald, then approaching a sheriff's deputies sometime later to tell him he had killed his brother.