The second attempt to begin a trial for a woman accused of killing a little boy has been continued.
Christopher Foggs died after getting shot in front of his home in Ayden in April, 2005. The case was continued last Thursday by a judge because 28-year-old Vonzeil Adams' attorney says they have an expert witness who is not be available until August 9.
A new court date has not yet been set. Her first trial in March ended in a mistrial when jurors could not reach a unanimous verdict.
Christopher Foggs died after getting shot in front of his home in Ayden in Pitt County in April 2005. He was caught in cross-fire while playing in his front yard.
Monday, 28-year-old Vonzeil Adams will go on trial for murder. Adams's trial was supposed to start in June, but her attorney was held in contempt of court. Her first trial in March ended in a mistrial when jurors could not reach a unanimous verdict.
Jaoul Raoul Green was sentenced for the fatal shooting in 2006. Four other women face charges in the death of Foggs but have not gone to trial yet.
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