Sonoma County Supervisor Efren Carrillo is due back in court Friday to see whether he will be charged with a crime stemming from his pre-dawn arrest in July outside a Santa Rosa woman's home.
State prosecutors, who have postponed the hearing three times, have yet to say what charges, if any, Carrillo might face.
Nick Pacilio, a spokesman for the state Attorney General's Office, which is overseeing the case, said a review was ongoing. He declined to discuss any details.
"Our office is still considering options," Pacilio said Wednesday.
The prosecutor assigned to the case, Cody Hunt, did not return phone calls seeking comment.
Carrillo's lawyer, Chris Andrian, said Wednesday he had not yet been told by prosecutors whether his client will face charges.
Carrillo, 32, was arrested in his west Santa Rosa neighborhood July 13 on suspicion of prowling and burglary.
Santa Rosa police officers responding to a pair of early morning 911 calls from the woman found Carrillo nearby in just his socks and underwear and carrying a cellphone.
Her bedroom window screen was torn, police said. The woman told told investigators she awoke to the sound of rustling blinds and saw a man, later identified as Carrillo, standing outside the window.
In her second 911 call, she said the person knocked on her door, identified himself as a neighbor and ran away.