Officials have not yet set a date in the trial of former Lorbeer teacher Steven Andrews.
Last week, officials stated jury selection could have begun during the Sept. 30 court appearance, but that was not the case Monday, said, Shiara Davila-Morales, a Los Angeles County District Attorney's office spokeswoman.
No date has been set, either, for opening arguments to be heard. Another hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 1, Davila-Morales said.
Andrews surrendered to Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station deputies on Sept. 30, 2011. He faces 17 charges, including six counts of sexual penetration with a foreign object, six counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a child, two counts of oral copulation with a child under 16, and three counts of lewd acts on a child. He pleaded not guilty in November 2011.