Opening statements are set to begin Tuesday in the murder of a Broward Sheriff's deputy over a decade ago.
Three men face murder charges for shooting deputy Brian Tephford during a traffic stop in Tamarac in 2006.
The case has been delayed several times because of multiple attorneys and the possibility of a death penalty.
All three men on trial were caught in a Dania Beach motel a day after they allegedly pulled the trigger.
Tephford had been with the department for six years and left behind three children.