MAYVILLE, NY-- Day two of testimony is underway in the Anthony R. Taglianetti Trial.
Taglianetti is accused of murdering Clymer Schools Superintendent Keith Reed last year over an alleged affair with Taglianetti's wife.
The first witness on Wednesday was Coroner James Jackson. He testified that Reed died as a result of multiple gun shot wounds and declared his death a homicide.
Jackson said the gunshot wounds were shot at at close range.
Jurors were shown graphic pictures of bullet wounds in Reed's body.
At one point during the Coroner's testimony, the defense objected to one of the pictures that was to be shown. During a sidebar with attorneys, the judge took a pair of scissors and cut off a part of one of the pictures showing a closer view of Reed's body in the brush. The remaining 3/4 of the picture was entered into evidence.
On Tuesday, 12 witnesses testified, including Reed's daughter Allison and his friend John Filhaver. Both talked about seeing Reed on the day that he died.