A 12-member Coffee County jury has been seated to hear the trial of a man charged with two-counts of murder.
In February 2006, 32-year-old Jason Senn was reportedly driving under the influence when he crashed a Chevrolet pick-up truck into a tree on Coffee County Road 215, several miles south of the Jack Community.
20-year-old Jeremey Jackson and his 18-year-old girlfriend, Amber Leeann Ogburn, were killed in the one-vehicle crash.
They were passengers in the truck driven by the defendant.
Witness testimony is expected to take place for most of this week.
If convicted on both counts of murder, Senn could face the possibility of two life prison terms.
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