It appears the two sides in the Curtis Lovelace murder retrial are ready to go to trial.

Attorneys for the state and the defense met with Judge Bob Hardwick in a conference call Friday.

Most of the call dealt with defense motions accusing the prosecution of not turning over discovery evidence by the deadline set by the court.

Judge Hardwick directed the prosecution to contact Quincy Police about turning over more information to the defense.

In the end, both sides said they are ready for trial, which is scheduled for February 27th in Sangamon County.

Curtis Lovelace is accused of killing his first wife, Corey Lovelace, in 2006. His first trial a year ago ended in a hung jury.

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