A Winchester family is angry.
Their loved one, Phillip Howard was killed and they're not happy about how the murder case is being handled in court.
Their biggest fear... a potentially light sentence for one man accused of being involved.
Neferteria Perdue says all she wants is answers... but she says no one is talking.
"It's like on minute we hear that there's a plea agreement, the next minute we hear its being continued. We're out of the loop about everything. So we're really outraged. That's why we're wondering when we are going to get justice for Phillip."
According to the Clark County Commonwealth Attorney's Office, Aaron Lewis is charged with murder, burglary, and persistent felony offenses stemming from the death of Howard.
Winchester Police say Lewis and another man broke into Howard's Winchester home in May of this year.
According to police, Howard shot one of the two accused intruders, Demontez Cowherd.
Both Howard and Cowherd later died.
Now, Howard's family tells ABC 36 News that Lewis has been offered a plea deal that would put him behind bars for 5 to 10 years.
But the family says it was never consulted.
"Anybody that gets a plea deal for doing what he did is crazy. That's outrageous! How do you get a plea deal when you committed a violent crime like he has?!" yells Chrishnelle Hills, Howard's cousin.
Family members say they were hoping for some information during Thursday's court appearance, but they say they left the courthouse without any answers.
ABC 36 News spoke with Assistant Clark County Commonwealth Attorney, Charles Johnson, to gather information on this story.
Johnson wouldn't confirm, or deny, if a plea deal has been offered.
He stated that whether or not one has been, he would not release that information to the media anyway.