The path for Robert Bowers is about to take a giant step ahead. Bowers is accused of killing 11 folks contained in the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill in Oct. 2018.
Potential jurors will begin to arrive on the federal courthouse in Downtown Pittsburgh Monday morning.
12 jurors and a handful of alternates might be chosen to hear the case in opposition to Robert Bowers.
There are going to be two classes for potential jurors. One will happen at 9 a.m. and a pair of p.m. each day. They may even be launched to the prosecution and protection attorneys.
They’ve been summoned to seem, to fill out juror questionnaires to determine if they will serve on the jury. Questionnaires might be stuffed out in a secured personal room in the courthouse.
The court docket will use the juror’s responses to slender the pool.
Jury choice is slated to begin on April 24.
If Bowers is convicted he might face the demise penalty.
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