A 27-year-old man accused of attempted murder in the stabbing of a Lakeland Village teenager last summer is set for trial later this month.
Matthew Scott Skyberg, 27, also faces sentence-enhancing allegations of inflicting great bodily injury and committing a serious felony with a weapon.
His trial is set for Nov. 21 -- the day before Thanksgiving -- but attorneys have until Dec. 3 to get it started.
A readiness conference -- both sides tell the judge at a hearing whether they are ready for trial -- is set for Wednesday at the Southwest Justice Center.
Skyberg is accused in the July 22 stabbing of a 19-year-old Lakeland Village man in the 33000 block of Garner Road.
The two had allegedly argued before the stabbing, authorities said.
The victim -- he was stabbed in the upper part of his body -- was taken to Loma Linda University Medical Center in San Bernardino County in critical condition but survived.
Skyberg surrendered to authorities July 24, following a search for him.
He is currently being held in lieu of $1 million bail.