SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — The trial for a mother and son accused of jury tampering in a murder trial has been rescheduled.

KSLA TV reports ( ) Lamondre Tucker was found guilty in the 2008 death of 18-year-old Tavia Sills. Tucker was sentenced to death.

During the trial, Tucker allegedly made three-way calls from jail to prospective jurors, along with his mother, Alicia.

Both were scheduled to be in court Monday for their joint trial. It is now rescheduled for Sept. 24.