TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — The trial for a man accused of a quadruple homicide in the city of Troy has been delayed until early November.
James White stands accused of killing four people inside a Lansingburgh home in December 2017. His case has already gone to court once.
In spring 2020, a jury deliberated for more than 16 hours before a mistrial was declared, partially due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Justin Mann was also accused in the killings. He pleaded guilty and testified against White in the 2020 trial.
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