(FAIRFAX, Va.)- Attorneys for the man accused of abducting University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, say they need more time to prepare for the trial involving the defendant and another victim. So a judge, at a Friday hearing, has postponed the trial that had been scheduled for March in Fairfax County.

Jesse Matthew, of Charlottesville, is accused of attempted murder and sexual assault of a woman who was attacked in 2005 after walking home from a grocery in Fairfax, police said.

DNA could crack the case, and Matthew's lawyers say they need more time to review and analyze the evidence.

A new date has not been set yet.

As for Matthew's connection with Graham's abduction, records show she went missing in September 2014 and her body was found a month later. Matthews allegedly was seen last with her.