wow, a murder case already? what luck! anyways, since you have already exhausted your remedy towards high court under the provision of bail, why dont you try for quashing if you have ample evidence to show that the accused was not present in the scene of the crime.
you can a file a writ petition, here is a case law that will help you.
Narayan Shinde v. State of Maharashtra, reported in 1989 Mah. L.J. 844. In that case, the offence was committed sometime in 1974 and the complaint was filed on or about 21-3-1974 under various charges under Sections 409, 420, 477, 477-A, 201 and 120-B of the Indian Penal Code. The amount involved was to the extent of more than Rs.254000.00, whereas the allegation was defalcation of over Rs.16 lakhs. A charge was framed in the said case on or about 18-4-1979. But for more than 9 years, no evidence whatsoever, was led. The accused then filed a writ petition for quashing the prosecution and Deshmukh J, relying on several cases of the Supreme Court, quashed the prosecution.