Jury selection comes to a halt in the murder trial for the Virginia man accused of killing a western New York school superintendent.
Anthony Taglianetti, 42, is accused of killing Clymer, New York school superintendent Keith Reed last September.
Jury selection was supposed to get underway this Tuesday morning, but was adjourned because prosecutors want to add more evidence before the trial starts.
A meeting with the judge is set for Wednesday afternoon.
Prosecutors say Taglianetti believed that Reed and his wife were having an affair.
Taglianetti has pled not guilty to a charge of second degree murder.
Jury selection is set to resume Thursday.