CHARLESTON, S.C. — Jury selection has been postponed again in the federal death penalty trial of admitted Charleston church shooter Dylann Roof.
It was first postponed Monday, November 7 after the judge announced the defense filed a motion that required immediate attention. He then scheduled a closed-door hearing to protect roof’s right to a fair trial.
It has now been scheduled for November 21. Jury selection for the case is expected to take three to four weeks.