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Attorneys Will Try Again to Seat Jury in Stevens Trial

David Stevens is on trial in the 89th District Court for criminal solicitation to commit murder.
    Out of a 60 person jury pool, prosecution and defense attorneys could not decide on 12 people to serve on the jury in in the trial of a man accused of hiring another man to kill his wife's boyfriend.
    So, tomorrow morning, attorneys will try again to seat an impartial jury in the trial of David Everett Stevens.
    He's charged with criminal solicitation to commit capital murder.
    He was first indicted for solicitation to commit murder, but was re-indicted on the greater charge after investigators say he tampered with a witness.
    Stevens was out on a $2.5 million bond awaiting trial.
    He was rearrested and his bond was increase to $10-million after authorities say Stevens contacted a witness just over a month ago.
    Stevens is the former owner of metro photo.
    He was arrested in 2010 after police were tipped off by an informant.
    They say they arranged to tape his offer at a truck stop to pay around $2-thousand to the man to kill his wife's boyfriend.
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