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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A decision on whether or not prosecutors will seek the death penalty against the suspects in a Tucson double murder case, has been pushed back a couple of months.

Kyle Drattlo was in court Monday morning for a short hearing.

Brianna Harding, Christopher Terry and Drattlo have been indicted on first degree murder charges in the deaths of Erskin and Mary Louise Fulgham in the couple's midtown home on July 23.

Dratto is the Fulgham's grandson.

In addition to the murder charges, each faces charges of armed robbery and theft. Another hearing in the case has been scheduled for early December.

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