Coming on the heels of last week's Louisiana Supreme Court ruling calling for a new jury selection, 101.7 / 710 KEEL's Robert J Wright and Matt Parker talk about the latest developments in the Grover Cannon case. Cannon is accused of murder in the 2015 shooting of Shreveport Police Officer Thomas LaValley.

More info from shreveporttimes.com:

"Last week, the Louisiana Supreme Court granted a man charged with killing a Shreveport Police Officer a new jury selection and the trial may change locations for a second time.'

"Cannon's trial started March 25 in East Baton Rouge due to pre-trial publicity that the defense argued would stifle a fair trial if it were set in Caddo Parish. After weeks of selecting the jury in Baton Rouge, the selection process will begin with a new jury pool. The prosecution asked the entire trial be moved back to Caddo Parish where it originated, according to court documents filed Wednesday.'

"Cannon’s defense asked for a new jury pool because people younger than 26 years old were not members of the group of qualified jurors. A software glitch unintentionally excluded jurors born after June 2, 1992 from the pool. Cannon’s request for a new jury pool was denied by a Baton Rouge judge and by the Louisiana Court of Appeal before the state Supreme Court ruled in his favor."