A hearing for the man who admits to killing a 75-year-old Sioux Falls woman has been rescheduled.
James McVay pleaded guilty but mentally ill to killing Maybelle Schein in 2011, but doesn't believe he should face the death penalty.
He was arrested in Wisconsin and told a TV reporter there he would kill again, and he wasn't sorry for his action.
His attorney argues that his plea should prevent the death penalty sentence under South Dakota law.
McVay had been scheduled to be in court on Wednesday. That's now been reset for a later date.