The trial will take place during the weeks of March 28 and April 4, 2022. Fotoohighiam is facing a litany of charges.
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He was in the custody of the St. Louis City Justice Center on Thursday after being ordered back to jail for violating his bond.
The judge declined to send Fotoohighiam back to jail right away but said he could grant the prosecutor's request at any time.
The lawyer representing Marcia Green asked the court to affirm the $2.75 million judgement against Mehrdad Fotoohighiam.
Marcia Green won her civil suit against Mehrdad Fotoohighiam in September 2018. He failed in his appeal of the $2.75 million in actual and punitive damages.
Mehrdad Fotoohighiam is on trial for first-degree arson and is accused of paying his employee James Hall $500 to burn down a trailer home.
Mehrdad Fotoohighiam, who owns Columbia-based engineering firm ETI, is on trial for first-degree arson. He is also charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and attempted murder. He is accused of paying James Hall, his employee, $500 to burn down a trailer home.
Mehrdad Fotoohighiam is being tried on several charges — including attempted murder — for hiring someone to set fire to a mobile home occupied by Marcia Green.
Marcia Green filed a civil lawsuit in 2015 after her trailer burned down while she was sleeping.