BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. - After almost seven days of jury selection, attorneys are still questioning potential jurors in the Brandon Bradley murder trial.
Bradley is accused of killing Brevard County Deputy Barbara Pill in February 2012.
By Friday afternoon, attorneys had 30 potential jurors for the case. But they're hoping to have closer to 50 before they begin the process of narrowing down the jury pool to 12 people plus three alternates.
Bradley has been charged first-degree murder and the state is seeking the death penalty. Judge Morgan Reinman admitted Friday that the jury selection process has been going slow.
"We were anticipating that we would be through this case by March 28. I don't think that's going to happen, this process has taken longer than we anticipated," Reinman said.
Attorneys plan to dismiss Monday's jury pool so they can continue to question the jurors already called.