FARIFIELD, OH (FOX19) - Jury selection went into a second day Tuesday in the case of 33-year-old Calvin McKelton, also known as "C-Murder".
Extra security was on hand as the attorneys on both sides questioned jurors about their feelings on the death penalty, which McKelton is eligible for if convicted.
McKelton is accused not only of killing his ex-girlfriend, lawyer Margaret Allen, in her Fairfield home, but also a witness, 27-year-old Jermaine Lamar Evans.
Allen's body was found along the Ohio River near Schmidt Field in Cincinnati's East End in the summer of 2008. Police then searched her Fairfield home, which Allen had been missing from.