The man accused of shooting nine people at Emanuel AME Church in Downtown Charleston last June will have a federal court hearing next month.
According to federal court records, there is a hearing scheduled June 8.
Dylann Roof is facing both federal and state charges.
His federal trial date has not been set.
The feds have also not decided whether he will face the death penalty.
Roof is facing death in his state trial set to begin in January.
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