Resolution of a murder charge laid over the death of Gerogery man William Chaplin a decade ago remains a possibility.
This was suggested when the accused's case was mentioned in Albury Local Court on Tuesday.
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"A number of offers have been made," Director of Public Prosecutions representative Andrew Hanshaw said.
Mr Hanshaw said the allegations against the man, who cannot be named, as well as that of co-accused Samone Watson, who is facing a charge of being an accessory after the fact, were being considered as part of case conferencing.
Neither the murder accused, who was represented by Sydney lawyer Rachel Le Bransky, nor Watson were in court.
But both will be required to attend - the man by video link to jail - when their matters are next mentioned on November 3.