A new date for the re-trial of former NAU student Steven Jones has been set. Coconino County Superior Court has now set January 14th of 2020 as the beginning of the retrial of the young man who shot four people in March of 2015, killing then student Colin Brough. Jones has been charged with first degree murder and three counts of aggravated assault in connection with the shooting. Jones admitted to shooting the four, but claims it was in self-defense. Also shot were NAU students Nick Piring, Kyle Zientek and Nick Prato. The last trial ended in a hung jury back in April of 2016. The retrial has been pushed back five times, the latest when Jones’ attorneys removed themselves from the case after it was discovered they once represented Prato. The retrial was set to start earlier this month, but now has been pushed back after the change of attorneys. Jones’ family has now hired Phoenix attorney Christopher Dupont to serve as lead attorney for the defense. The retrial is expected to last five weeks.