BUFFALO, N.Y.- The public defender for a Virginia man accused of killing a school superintendent in the southern tier is still hoping to have the trial moved.
Anthony Taglianetti is accused of murdering Clymer School Superintendent Keith Reed Jr. last year.
Selecting a jury to hear the murder case against Anthony Taglianetti started September 19th and now in mid-October only six people have been selected.
Court officials say more than 300 prospective jurors have been brought in.
The Appellate court in Rochester is considering the motion to change the location of the trial in an effort to get a jury seated.