The defendant charged in connection with the Oct. 15 shooting of a Hannibal man will appear for his next hearing in two weeks, as defense and prosecution attorneys examine details and the next steps for the case.

The defendant charged in connection with the Oct. 15 shooting of a Hannibal man will appear for his next hearing in two weeks, as defense and prosecution attorneys examine details and the next steps for the case.

Bradley D. Tierney, 34, of Philadelphia, appeared via videoconference before Judge David C. Mobley. Marion County Prosecuting Attorney David N. Clayton and public defender Jennifer A. Richardson appeared in person in Marion County Court in Hannibal on Friday, Oct. 30. According to online court records, public defender Jonathan Hoover is listed as Tierney's defense attorney.

Richardson asked Mobley to waive arraignment and formal reading of charges. Clayton asked to pass the next hearing for two weeks, so both attorneys could discuss details of the case and plan whether or not they would hold a special hearing. Clayton said both sides needed enough time to prepare “because of the seriousness of the charges.”

Mobley granted each attorney's request and said that a preliminary hearing could take more time for this case. He scheduled Tierney's next hearing for 8:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 13, before Judge John J. Jackson.

Tierney faces felony charges of second degree murder and armed criminal action in connection with the shooting death of Ronald Goodrich, 35, of Hannibal. A probable cause statement alleged that Tierney shot Goodrich in the parking lot of Prime Time Auto Sales on Broadway on Thursday, Oct. 15. Statements from Leah M. Pickard, 18, and Kris Luoma, 34, indicated that Tierney and Goodrich got into an argument late on Wednesday, Oct. 14, according to previous Courier-Post reporting.

Tierney remains in the Marion County Jail on a $1 million cash only bond.

Reach reporter Trevor McDonald at trevor.mcdonald@courierpost.com