Judge Continues Murder Case as Prosecution Works on Indictment

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A DC Superior Court judge continued a June 22 hearing for a homicide case. 

Ronald Miller is charged with second-degree murder while armed for allegedly stabbing 28-year-old Tiffany Hardy on Feb. 8, inside her apartment on the 1600 block of E Street, NE. 

Hardy sustained more than 40 stab wounds, according to court documents. Miller, 42, was arrested that same day. According to him, the two were in a romantic relationship, D.C. Witness previously reported.

The prosecution, who said they are still working on getting the case indicted, asked Judge John Campbell to schedule the next court hearing to take place in September.

Judge Campbell agreed to the request, rescheduling the existing July 28 hearing date to Sept. 7.

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