Lawyer Tries Again to Have Trial Moved

After three weeks of jury selection in the Anthony Taglianetti murder trial only six people have been chosen, and Taglianetti’s lawyer says the trial should be moved to another county.

Just two weeks ago a state appellate judge rejected a motion to have the trial moved, but now Chautauqua County public defender Ned Barone has filed a motion with the appellate division of the State Supreme Court.

A date to hear the motion hasn’t been set yet.

Taglianetti is charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of Clymer School Superintendent Keith Reed Jr. in September of last year. Prosecutors say Taglianetti killed Reed because he believed Reed was in a relationship with his estranged wife.

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