Opening arguments will begin at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the case of Brian Allen McGuire, who is accused of killing a co-worker at Leestown Middle School in June 2009.
Jurly selection in the trial, which is expected to last seven days, took up most of the day on Monday. A jury of nine women and five men was seated in the late afternoon.
McGuire, accused of intentional murder in the death of Jose Daniel "Danny" Donato," a fellow custodian at the school, faces 20 years to life in prison if he is found guilty. Donato was shot multiple times and died at the scene.
McGuire also is being tried on a charge of unlawful possession of a weapon on school property.
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Both prosecutors and defense attorneys presented a long list of potential witnesses in the case, including Fayette County schools Superintendent Stu Silberman, several Leestown Middle School employees, police officers and members of McGuire's family.