The trial of a Hickman County man accused of sexually assaulting a woman in Wal-Mart was postponed this week to allow time for a mental evaluation. Justin Cory Chandler, age 24, of Centerville was scheduled to go on trial Tuesday in Dickson County Circuit Court on a charge of rape. But under an agreed order filed last week, that trial was reset for Aug. 13. The order signed by Judge Robert Burch says defense attorney David Wolfe asked for the continuance and Assistant District Attorney Ray Crouch agreed “that good cause exists” to delay the trial. No explanation of the cause is listed in the order, but Crouch said Chandler will be undergoing a mental evaluation. Chandler was indicted in August for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman during broad daylight in an aisle at the Dickson Wal-Mart store on July 31. Police said Chandler followed the victim around the store then asked her a question about a toy for his niece. Investigators said there was nobody else in the aisle when Chandler grabbed the woman from behind and sexually assaulted her. Police said the woman suffers from cerebral palsy and the indictment charges she was “physically helpless” during the attack. Chandler left the store and when Wal-Mart employees discovered what had happened, the victim was taken to a secure area and police were called. Chandler was later identified through video surveillance and arrested. He remains free on $30,000 bond.