The capital murder trial of Terrance Black is set to start Monday after an impartial jury was selected yesterday.
Black is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and former Wichita Falls resident, Susan Loper, in April 2011.
Her body was found in a field off the North Dallas Tollway.
The case received a lot media attention, which is why Black's defense team sought a change of venue.
But after going through a pool of nearly 150 people Friday, an impartial jury was selected.
Black's trial is expected to last about three weeks.
It starts Monday in the Collins County Courthouse in McKinney, TX.
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