Shane Stevenson waived his rights for a felony hearing in Cheektowaga court, following his arrest for the deaths of 30-year-old Raina Voll and her 7-year-old son, Leo Klinger.
This is Stevenson's second court appearance in front of the Honorable Judge Gorski, following his arraignment last week where he pled 'not guilty' for the murders of the mother-son duo.
The prosecution, led by Assistant District Attorney, Colleen Curtin Gable, said the next step in the case is to present evidence to a grand jury within the next 45 days, after which they will decide whether there's reasonable cause to believe that Stevenson committed a crime and if so, they will return an indictment.
Moving forward, all future court appearances will take place at the Erie County Courthouse in Downtown Buffalo.
We're told funeral services for Voll and Klinger will be held at St. John's Lutheran Church in Lancaster on Friday at 10 AM.