BALTIMORE CITY - The man accused of killing Phylicia Barnes is heading back to court Monday.
Michael Johnson was convicted of killing the North Carolina teenager - but during sentencing the judge threw the conviction out and ordered Johnson to stand trial for a second time.
Barnes disappeared back in December 2010 while on a trip to Baltimore. The 16-year-old's body was found four months later in the Susquehanna River.
Johnson faces second-degree murder charges.
The case has been postponed multiple times - and might be again this week. Johnson got new lawyers in February and they might push for more time to study the case.