By Natalie Zarowny
It's the start of what could be a long process of putting together a jury.
Monday morning, individual questioning of possible jurors begins.
A group of a hundred Whiteside County residents were called to the courthouse on Friday to report for jury duty.
But now the number needs to be narrowed down to twelve, plus three alternates.
The jury selection will be at the Whiteside County courthouse in Morrison, Illinois and is expected to run all week.
The jury selection is for the murder of 93–year–old Russell Reed.
33-year-old Sheley is accused of bludgeoning to death eight people over the course of a few days in 2008.
Last year, Sheley was sentenced to life in prison for killing 65-year-old Ronald Randall.
The trial marks the first major test of cameras used in Illinois courtrooms.
However, the cameras will not be rolling for the jury selection, just for the trial itself.