WARREN - More than 150 potential jurors are expected to crowd the hallways of Trumbull County Courthouse Monday when jury selection is set to start in the capital murder case of Louis Mann, a Warren man accused of killing his parents two years ago.
Attorneys in the case estimate that seating a panel of 12 and an undisclosed number of alternates could take up to two weeks.
Mann - married and the father of two - tearfully confessed Sept. 30, 2011, to Warren detectives that he shot his father and strangled his mother a day or so earlier.
Defendant Louis Mann listens to testimony during a suppression hearing in Judge W. Wyatt McKay’s courtroom. Mann is accused of killing his parents in what he called “a fit of rage.”
He told authorities that killing his father followed 30 years of pent-up rage.
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