The final phase of jury selection in the capital murder trial of F. Glenn Miller Jr., is scheduled to begin Friday morning.
Those chosen as jurors will be asked to determine if Miller, 74, is guilty of capital murder in the April 2014 shootings of three people outside Jewish centers in Overland Park.
If he is found guilty, they will decide if he should be sentenced to death or life in prison with no chance of parole.
Jury selection began Monday with about 200 people being called in for questioning.
About 65 remain, and on Friday they will report to the Johnson County Courthouse in Olathe.
A panel of 51 will be randomly chosen, and from that group, each side will be able to dismiss 17. That will leave 17 — 12 jurors and five alternates.
Opening statements are scheduled for Monday morning.