ORLANDO, Fla. - A jury has been seated to decide the fate of Dontae Morris.
Morris is accused of killing Tampa Police officers David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab during a traffic stop on June 29, 2010.
The 12 jury member selected from Orlando will be brought to Tampa and sequestered once the trial begins on Tuesday, Nov. 12.
Judge William Fuente has already given them specific instructions to stay away from all media about the case.
Jury selection started Monday. Because the case is a capital murder trial, the questioning was intensely rigorous.
There's a mountain of evidence against Morris, including dash cam video of the double shooting. Morris is alleged to have pulled out a gun and shot Curtis and Kocab at close range. Both officers were 31 years old when they died.
Their murders set off a four day, city wide manhunt for Morris.
He could face death if convicted.