The trial date has been set for the remaining defendants in the Vanderbilt rape case.
According to court documents, a trial date for Brandon Banks and Jaborian McKenzie has been set for June 19 in Judge Monte Watkins' court.
They are co-defendants with Brandon Vandenburg and Cory Batey for the aggravated rape of an unconscious female student in a Vanderbilt dormitory back in 2013.
Both have been free on bond for more than three years.
Since then, first Batey and then Vandenburg stood trial. McKenzie testified for the prosecution.
Batey was sentenced to 15 years in prison, while Vandenburg received a 17-year sentence.
A status hearing for Banks and McKenzie has been set for June 2.
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