ALTOONA, Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) – It could be three more months until Dan Peggs is back in court. The former Altoona superintendent’s attorney is asking for an additional 90 days to review the evidence in the case.

Joseph Bugni wrote that two weeks ago he received another 120-thousand pages of evidence that needs to be looked over, which is quote, “bringing the total discovery to 169,000 pages”.

That number does not, however, include the native documents and witness interviews, which are in themselves voluminous.

Peggs’ court appointed attorney also noted this is the biggest case he has ever handled, and sorting through all of the devices involved has been a maddening process.

So far, Peggs’ team has been able to review about 40-thousand pages of evidence. The judge in the case, Stephen Crocker, has not issued a decision on the request.

Peggs was arrested in February. He is accused trafficking a young girl in order to make child porn, as well as possessing child porn.

Investigators believe Peggs committed the crimes in 2015 and 2016. He was working in Clark County at the time.