The trial of Luke Chrisco, the alleged Boulder "potty peeper," has been pushed back yet again after the 31-year-old defendant changed attorneys for the third time since being arrested last year.

Chrisco -- who is accused of hiding in a portable toilet at a Boulder yoga festival last year and spying on women through peepholes he created at locations around Boulder -- had been scheduled to stand trial on Feb. 11, but had his trial date pushed back to March 11.

Matt Connell is now representing Chrisco, who is facing eight counts of second-degree burglary -- all felonies -- and two misdemeanor counts of unlawful sexual contact and criminal invasion after pleading not guilty in August.

Chrisco was arrested last summer a few days after a woman using a portable toilet at a Boulder yoga festival noticed something moving in the tank and then saw a feces-stained man emerge from the toilet and run away.

According to police and court records, Chrisco -- who was arrested by Vail police in an unrelated incident -- told Boulder and University of Colorado police that he hid in crawl spaces and bathrooms around Boulder, including at CU, Naropa University, the Department of Motor Vehicles office and a number of businesses, in order to watch women use the toilet.

Police later found physical modifications in many of the locations that matched Chrisco's descriptions of his hiding places.

Chrisco's case has seen numerous delays and lawyer changes since that time. Chrisco's first attorney, Jason Savela, asked that Chrisco undergo a competency hearing after Chrisco said he wanted to represent himself using a "common law" defense.

He ultimately was found competent by Judge Thomas Mulvahill, who appointed Curtis Ramsay as his attorney. Ramsay was then replaced by Beth Kelley before she was replaced by Connell.

Chrisco remains in custody at the Boulder County Jail on $250,000 bond.