Updated 05/11/2011 04:16 PM
Michael Mosley double murder trial adjourned until Thursday
Day three of the Michael Mosley double murder trial was cut short on Wednesday when the judge adjourned early because of a sick juror. YNN's Sabina Kuriakose is following the trial and has the latest.
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TROY, N.Y. -- The double murder trial of Michael Mosley will resume Thursday morning after it was adjourned by the judge on Wednesday because of a sick juror.
Mosley is accused of fatally stabbing Arica Lynn Schneider, 18, and Samuel Holley, 27, in their Troy apartment in 2002.
On Wednesday morning, jurors heard more testimony from Holley's best friend, and Schneider's parents took the stand on Tuesday. Jurors were also shown graphic footage from the crime scene.
Mosley was arrested last spring after DNA testing from a bloody palm print from the scene matched his.
Several more witnesses are expected to be called, including Mosley's mother and Mosley himself.
Mosley faces life in prison if convicted.