The evidence hearing -- for a Salt Lake man, accused of making terrorist threats -- was delayed Thursday.
Prosecutors say Jack Stiles, 42, told a hospital crisis worker he was planning to commit mass shootings at City Creek Center and a Sugar House movie theater.
He's charged with one count of second-degree felony threat of terrorism, punishable by up to 15 years in prison.
This week Stiles' attorney asked to delay the preliminary hearing, where a judge will hear evidence and decide if there is probable cause for a trial.
A new hearing was set for Feb. 6.
Stiles is being held at the Salt Lake County jail on a $1-million bond.