Jury selection in the trial for a man accused of killing a Brevard County Sheriff's deputy will continue for the third day on Wednesday.
Brandon Bradley is charged with the death of Deputy Barbara Pill two years ago.
During the traffic stop Bradley opened fire, hitting Pill multiple times in the face and killing her, according to investigators.
When Bradley and Kerchner were arrested, both pleaded not guilty. But Kerchner changed her plea last month. She is now spending 12 years in prison after admitting her role in the crime.
On Friday, Bradley was given another chance to plead guilty and avoid a trial, but he declined.
If he's convicted of first-degree murder, he could face the death penalty.
Kerchner is expected to testify against Bradley.
More than a dozen people have completed the first round of questioning.
The judge is allowing up to a week for jury selection and up to five weeks for the trial.