TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - Arguments in the case of James Scott
Largin, who is accused of killing his parents more than two years
ago, could begin today.
Jury selection began on Monday.
Largin, 37, could face the death penalty.
He is accused of fatally shooting 68-year-old James Largin and 56-year-old Peggy Largin, who were found dead at the bottom of
a stairwell in their home on March 16, 2007.
Their son had been living with the couple for about a week when
they were killed.
He was arrested after University of Alabama police officers found the parent's missing car at Cobblestone Court apartments near the campus.
Dozens of witnesses have been subpoenaed to testify in the trial.