Kendall Berry was fatally stabbed with a pair scissors on Florida International University's campus in March 2010, and the man accused of killing him may be released if a judge finds he was acting in self-defense.
"It's terrible," Berry's father, Derrick Spillman said. "Every night and day we've got to go through this. We can't move on."
Two years after his son was killed, Spillman is ready for Judge Milton Hirsch to make a decision whether Quentin Wyche will stand trial on murder charges.
"This is someone who brought a knife to a fist fight and someone is dead because of it," prosecutor Abbe Rifkin said.
Wyche's attorney is arguing self-defense.
He said "it was the victim who ran after the defendant, who was trying to run from him, before the stabbing took place."
After being locked up for more than a year, Wyche is now out on house arrest. He sat in on a Monday hearing but didn't take the stand.
"We still don't know what happened," Spillman said. "The defendant is there and he can speak about what happened, and he won't."
But some witnesses did speak at the hearing. One said there was a fight on campus that night almost two years ago.
"Somebody needs to put their foot down and do what needs to be done and get this case over with," Mellisscia Spillman, Berry's mother, said.
Now, the judge is getting some statements from witnesses who not able to attend the hearing but were present when this crime took place. Based on those statements, he will make his decision in the next two weeks.