Zachary Rye of Parsons, Tennessee is pictured in this undated handout photo obtained by Reuters March 5, 2014. Adams was charged on March 5, 2014 with murder and aggravated kidnapping in the death of Holly Bobo. Reuters

A trial in the case of Holly Bobo, a nursing student who disappeared from her home in Tennessee almost six years ago, will be delayed. The trial date, which was originally slated for April 5, was pushed to July 10 by a local judge because the spring date fell on both Easter and the anniversary of Bobo’s disappearance, WRCB TV reported Wednesday.

“The family wanted to get it over with,” Don Franks, the Bobo family’s pastor said of the delay, via WRCB TV. “I’m sure that entered in their mind, the anniversary of her kidnapping and murder during that original time frame. But for them, the quicker the better, but they do want it done right and they want to see ultimate justice served.”

Authorities arrested Dylan Adams, Zachary Adams and Jason Autry three years ago for their alleged roles in Bobo’s abduction and murder. Bobo disappeared from her home in April 2011. According to a witness statement from Bobo’s brother, the nursing student was led into the woods by a man dressed in camouflage. Bobo’s skull was later found in a wooded area in Decatur County in September 2014. Zachary Adams, John Dylan Adams and Jason Autry were later arrested and charged with kidnapping, rape and murder.

A hearing for the case was held on Wednesday, when Judge Creed McGinley decided to continue with the case. The new trial will be held in Hardin County, and all upcoming hearings will take place there, as well. Roughly 500 jury summons were sent out and jurors will be expected to submit their answers later this month.

“My goal is to try this case once and to try it right,” McGinley had said of the date change decision, via News Channel 5.