Six men and six women have been selected to decide the fate of a Kamloops man accused of killing an acquaintance two years ago.
James David Bond, 30, is slated to stand trial later this month on one count of manslaughter.
Jury selection took place on Monday in B.C. Supreme Court in Kamloops.
Sean Dunn, 42, was killed in an altercation near the intersection of Wood Street and Tranquille Road in the early-morning hours of Dec. 30, 2016.
At the time, police said they believed the slaying was the result of an incident that began in a nearby bar.
Bond’s trial is scheduled to last as long as five weeks, beginning on Feb. 25.