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No more jurors seated for Isom trial Tuesday

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Updated: December 29, 2012 6:27AM



The second day of jury selection in the death penalty murder case of a Gary man charged with killing his wife and two stepchildren ended with no additional jurors being seated.

Two jurors of the 12-member regular panel were selected Monday to hear evidence in the trial of Kevin Charles Isom, 46, who has pleaded not guilty to three counts of murder in the August 2007 deaths of his wife, Cassandra Isom, 40; and stepchildren Michael Moore, 16, and Ci”Andria Cole, 13.

Lake Superior Court Judge Thomas Stefaniak, deputy prosecutors David Urbanski and Michelle Jatkiewicz and defense attorneys Herbert Shaps and Casey McCloskey have questioned 40 potential jurors. Another 20 potential jurors are scheduled for questioning Wednesday.



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