Update: Second Trial Of Scott County Man Accused Of Killing His Parents Postponed

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Updated: 9/17/2012 4:37 pm
The second murder trial for James Anthony Gray in Scott Circuit Court has been postponed until February 18, 2013, according to the court clerk.

Jury selection was scheduled to begin Monday.

According to the court clerk, a new report in the case led to the postponement.  No other details were given.

Gray is accused of killing his parents, James and Vivian Gray. 

They were found shot to death in their northern Scott County home in 2007. 

James Gray has maintained his innocence throughout.

His first trial ended in a mistrial in February of this year.
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