Sentencing postponed for man convicted of killing Blacksburg teen
A hearing to determine David Eisenhauer's punishment for the death of Nicole Lovell has been pushed back a month.
Eisenhauer's sentencing will take place over two days on June 26 and 27.
The hearing was originally scheduled to take place in May. A judge postponed the proceedings last Friday at the request of Eisenhauer's attorney.
Earlier this month, Eisenhauer was found guilty of murdering Lovell in 2016. He could face up to life in prison for the crime.