The trial of the 12 men accused of the manslaughter of Coleraine man Kevin McDaid will begin in Belfast on Thursday.
Kevin McDaid was attacked outside his home in Somerset Drive, Coleraine, in May 2009.
The 12 men are also charged with the attempted murder of another man.
The defendants are:
Aaron Beech, of John Street, Ballymena
David Craig Cochrane, of Windyhall Park, Coleraine
David James John Cochrane, of Windyhall Park, Coleraine
Frank Daly, of Oakland Walk, Coleraine
Rodney Gardner, of Knocklynn Grange, Coleraine
Philip Kane, of Danes Hill Road, Coleraine
James McAfee, of Cloneen Drive, Ballymoney
Christopher McDowell, of Castle Walk Mews, Castlerock
Ivan McDowell, of Taggart Mews, Ballymoney
John McGrath, of Knock Road, Ballymoney
Paul Newman, of Nursery Avenue, Ballymoney
John Thompson, of Knocknougher Road, Macosquin, Coleraine
Two other men were also returned for trial on lesser charges.
On Tuesday, a lawyer for the Crown told a court in Belfast that 48 hours would be needed to review materials.
The case, that is expected to last six weeks and hear evidence from 123 witnesses, will be reviewed on Thursday, but will not resume for at least a week.