The resentencing of a Fayette County man convicted of murder as a teenager has been continued once again following a conference call Wednesday. A conference call was held Wednesday to check on the status of a mitigation expert witness for the defense in the resentencing of Clifford W. Baker. After being reset several times already this year, the matter was continued at a hearing in early November which led to the scheduling of Wednesday’s conference call. The matter is now reset for another conference call on January 5th at which time the status of the mitigation witness will be checked. At the time of his conviction, Baker was under the age of 18, but was sentenced as adult to life in prison without the possibility of parole. However, a Supreme Court decision found it unconstitutional to have someone who, at the time, was under the age of 18 to not have the possibility of parole—so Baker must now be re-sentenced although his convictions remain in place.