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A woman is one step closer to getting justice for her son nearly 18 years after he was killed in west Charlotte.

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Channel 9′s Erika Jackson was inside the Mecklenburg County Courthouse Tuesday when a judge ruled the accused killer, Devalos Perkins, will stand trial.

Justin Ervin was 20 years old when he was killed outside of a northwest Charlotte convenience store in 2005.

Ervin’s girlfriend told officers he was protecting her from three men who attacked her.

“I think I raised him right, because he was protecting that girl,” said his mother, Dawn Davis. “Sometimes you wonder what people would do in situations, but I didn’t know it would get him killed.”

Police arrested a second suspect, who was Perkins, for Ervin’s murder in 2011. Those charges were eventually dropped.

Perkins was charged with the crime in 2012 but there had been questions about his mental health.

A judge heard testimony Tuesday about whether Perkins was fit to stand trial.

A forensic psychiatrist testified about his recent evaluations of Perkins. The doctor said he believes Perkins is mentally stable enough for trial.

Ultimately, the judge decided Perkins should go to trial.

Davis said she has attended numerous court hearings over the past decade and feels a weight lifted off her shoulders.

“Justin would be proud that I fought for him so hard,” she told Jackson.

Davis said she’s shocked that she is still fighting for justice.

She is worried that her son’s suspected killer will plead guilty and not spend the rest of his life behind bars.

Perkins is still behind bars awaiting trial.

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