A hearing to decide if two Fairfield students accused of murder will be tried as adults has been scheduled for March.
Jeremy Goodale (right in image) and Willard Miller (left), both 16, are accused of first-degree murder for their role in the death of Nohema Graber, a Fairfield High School Spanish teacher, who was found dead in Chautauqua Park in November.
Goodale and Miller want to be tried as juveniles and a hearing scheduled for March 24th will make that determination.
Court documents say Graber died from a head injury and her body was hidden under a tarp. A motive for the murder has not been disclosed by investigators.
Goodale and Miller face life in prison without parole if they are tried as adults and convicted.