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Jurors selected for Kelowna murder trial

Potential jurors filed into Kelowna courthouse Monday, in the lead up to Trevor Shannon's murder trial.

The selection process will take few days, then lawyers will square away other matters for the next few days.

Witness testimony is expected to begin on Tuesday, and the trial is slated for three weeks.

Shannon, 27, is charged with the murder of Kelowna teenĀ  Evan Wilkes at a 2007 house party.

Wilkes, 18, was fatally shot in the head.

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