Bret Biedschied was set to enter a plea in court Monday, but that was postponed. Police say Biedschied was driving the car that killed pedestrian Anthony Martin in January of this year. Tuesday, the Deschutes County District Attorney's Office said Bret Biedscheid would be in for a settlement conference July 12th behind closed doors. If they do not come to a plea agreement, he is set to enter a plea on July 18th. A grand jury indictment came down in April for the fatal crash. Biedscheid is charged with criminally negligent homicide and failure to perform the duties of a driver in an accident, a felony.