The only man arrested in connection with the San Bernardino terror attack in California has had his trial postponed. His attorney say the case is so unusual they need more time.
FOX's Jessica Rosenthal reports:
Attorneys for Enrique Marquez asked for his trial to be pushed back, that between the amount of information in this case alone, and their other cases, it just can't go forward this month.
The judge in Marquez' case agreed and pushed it to July. Judge Jesus Bernal agreed that failure to continue this could result in a miscarriage of justice. He also wrote that the case is so unusual and complex it requires more prep time.
Marquez is accused of plotting terror attacks with Syed Farook, not the one Farook and his wife carried out in San Bernardino, but previous ones that they didn't carry out. He's also accused of lying about providing Farook two guns that Farook used in the San Bernardino attack, as well as marriage fraud.
Jessica Rosenthal, FOX News.