The case against the man accused of killing his wife with an ax in Brighton more than 30 years ago is scheduled in court today.

The case against the man accused of killing his wife with an ax in Brighton more than 30 years ago is scheduled in court today.

James Krauseneck was indicted back in November. Investigators say fresh DNA and forensic analysis helped connect him to the crime.

Krauseneck claims he was at work at Eastman Kodak at the time of the murder. He is currently free on $100,000 bail.

There's a motions hearing at the Hall of Justice at 9:30 a.m. Monday.