After nearly six years, an accused murderer will have his day in court.
The capital murder trial for 38-year-old Moses Wheat, Junior is scheduled to begin Tuesday.
Wheat is accused of killing 73-year-old Gladys Ronning in her Huntsville home in 1999.
She was stabbed 41 times and Wheat's fingerprints were found at the scene.
Wheat’s trial was postponed in November because of a conflict with the Thanksgiving holiday.
It was postponed again in December because a state pathologist who conducted the autopsy and a DNA expert were not available to testify.
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