MAYVILLE, N.Y. (AP) -- Jury selection has been delayed in the case of a Virginia man accused of fatally shooting a western New York school administrator last year.
Attorneys were scheduled to begin interviewing prospective jurors on Tuesday for the trial of Anthony Taglianetti, but a last-minute question about some evidence halted the process.
Chautauqua (shuh-TAW'-kwuh) County District Attorney David Foley says a hearing has been scheduled for Wednesday on the issue.
He says jury selection is expected to resume on Thursday.
Taglianetti of Woodbridge is accused of driving from Virginia to rural Clymer in New York's southwest corner and shooting 51-year-old Keith Reed Jr. outside his home last Sept. 21. Reed was the superintendent of the Clymer school district.
He has pleaded not guilty.
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