A man accused in three separate Valley murders is now going to trial for one of them.
Terry Kelly will face a jury for one of those murders.
In suit and tie, charged with capital murder, now 45 year old Kelly steps from the Madison County Jail to a Madison County Courtroom.
The trial comes nearly four years after his arrest.
"We have like $1,600 of man hours into this investigation."
It's an investigation into the bizarre death of 75-year-old Jack Dempsey, an art professor at UAH, beloved by students and faculty alike.
On October 12, 2003, inside his Meridianville home, Dempsey was found dead with a single bullet to the head.
His red pick up truck, missing.
Within the week, that red pick up wrecked in north Louisiana.
At the accident scene police found 2 suspects, Shonda Moody and Terry Kelly.
Both were eventually charged with Dempsey's murder.
Now 45-months later, one walks toward a courtroom to face a jury.