Klapheke Trial: Six Men and Six Women Selected for Jury

Published 01/28 2014 06:32PM

Updated 01/28 2014 11:17PM

A jury has been seated for the trial of Tiffany Klapheke who is accused of neglecting her three children, one to the point of death.

Six men and six women have been selected for the jury. Two alternates have also been chosen.

It took two days to get to this point in the trial, but we have learned facts about the trial while listening to the jury selection process.

Tiffany Klapheke will hear Christopher Perez testify. Perez, a former Dyess Airman, lived with her while her kids were being neglected and her husband was deployed.

We will not hear from Child Protective Service workers who have criminal charges pending, including the regional director Bit Whitticker, who showed up on day one to have her attorney say they will be invoking their 5th amendment right.

Click here for a complete timeline of the Tiffany Klapheke trial.

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