Associated Press - September 30, 2010 2:45 PM ET
KEENE, N.H. (AP) - A man charged this summer with killing a family of four in Keene, N.H., 21 years ago will get another chance to argue he should be released on bail.
David McLeod, 53, was arrested in California in June and indicted in July on four counts of second-degree murder. He is accused of setting a fire at a Keene apartment house that killed Carl and Lori Hina, their infant daughter and Carl Hina's 12-year-old daughter in January 1989.
After a bail hearing earlier this month, a Sullivan County Superior Court judge ruled recently that prosecutors have met the requirements for keeping McLeod in jail but also ordered a second hearing. That hearing has yet to be scheduled.
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