Update: In his first appearance in adult court, Caleb Sharpe has plead not guilty to all counts stemming from the September 2017 shooting at Freeman High School.
His next court date is set for Sep. 20 at 8:30 a.m. for a pre-trial conference. A trial date has been set for Oct. 7, 2019.
Another court appearance is scheduled for Sep. 4 prior to the pre-trial.
Sharpe is being held in Spokane County Jail on a $1 million bond.
A firearms charge has been additionally added to each count.
Previous coverage: Weeks after finding out he would be tried as an adult, Freeman High School shooting suspect Caleb Sharpe is expected back in court Friday morning.
A hearing to present the order on the Declination is scheduled for Friday morning beginning at 8:30 a.m as well as a possible arraignment hearing. The judge is expected to schedule a date for Sharpe to enter his plea of guilty or not guilty.
A judge ruled last month that Sharpe can be charged as an adult for the murder of Sam Strahan, attempted first-degree murder for the three girls injured during the shooting, as well as 51 second-degree assault charges.
Judge Price told the court he's heard things "most can't even imagine" during his time on the bench, but this still shocked him.
"I didn't know about all the planning and details that went into the attack on Freeman High School students," he said. " Mr. Sharpe drew a map of the Freeman campus and planned what route he would take to get in and up to the hallway where he knew, there would potentially be hundreds of students gathering that day."