Cashman Perkins appeared in Hamilton County Court Tuesday.
He's the man accused of killing 40-year-old Frances Smith, a woman affectionately known as "the Candy Lady,' earlier this month.
Smith's daughter, Kenshayla Trammell, sat through the proceedings Tuesday morning.
"I'm not going to never get over it," said Trammell, "I hate him with a passion."
Trammell believes Perkins killed her mother. She says she is struggling to move forward without Smith.
"I haven't been able to sleep, everyday I go to work I think about my momma," said Trammell.
Others in the courtroom said they miss the 'Candy Lady.'
"She meant the wold to her kids, her friends, her peers, the kids in the neighborhood," said Felicia Jones, Smith's childhood friend, "she will be missed and loved dearly."
In court, Perkins waived his right to a pre-trial hearing.
His case has now been bound over to the grand jury.Perkins was apprehended in Mississippi last week
after being put on the T.B.I.'s "10 Most Wanted" list.
The family of Frances Smith recently talked about her life
and a fundraiser to help pay for funeral expenses.