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FILE - This combination of undated file booking photos provided by the Louisiana State Police shows Marksville City Marshals Norris Greenhouse Jr., left, and Derrick Stafford. The two deputy city marshals have been charged with second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder over the November 2015 shooting that killed Jeremy Mardis and critically wounded his father, Christopher Few, after a car chase. Stafford’s trial is scheduled to begin Monday, March 20, in Marksville after a weeklong process of selecting 12 jurors and two alternates to hear the case. (Louisiana State Police via AP, File)

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FILE - This undated file booking photo provided by the Louisiana State Police shows Marksville City Marshal Derrick Stafford. Jury selection is scheduled to begin Monday, March 13, 2017, for Stafford's trial where he and another deputy city marshal fired on a car during a November 2015 traffic stop. The shooting killed first-grader Jeremy Mardis and critically wounded his father, Christopher Few. (Louisiana State Police via AP, File)

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This booking photo provided by the Louisiana State Police shows Marksville City Marshal Derrick Stafford. Marshal Norris Greenhouse Jr. and Stafford were arrested on charges of second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of Jeremy Mardis, a 6-year-old autistic boy, on Tuesday in Marksville, La. The shooting also wounded Mardis' father, Chris Few. (Louisiana State Police via AP)

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This undated image released by the Louisiana State Police via the New Orleans Times Picayune shows Louisiana Senior Trooper Steven Vincent. Vincent, 43, was critically injured Sunday afternoon, Aug. 23, 2015, after authorities say he was shot in the head during a traffic stop in Calcasieu Parish, La. A man accused of shooting a state trooper with a sawed-off shotgun told him afterward, "You're lucky — you're going to die soon," according to the head of Louisiana State Police.(Louisiana State Police/The Times Picayune via AP)

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This photo released by the Louisiana State Police shows Kevin Daigle, 54, of Lake Charles, La. A Louisiana state trooper was shot in the head and critically injured Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015, during a struggle with a man whose pickup truck had run into a ditch after being reported as driving erratically, Louisiana State Police said. Col. Michael Edmonson, head of state police, said the arrested man, Daigle, had a number of previous arrests, though he did not know details. He said he did not know all the charges that Daigle will face, but they will include attempted murder of a police officer. (Louisiana State Police via AP)

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**FILE** This undated file aerial photo provided by the Louisiana State Police via the Shreveport Times shows part of the smokeless explosive powder improperly stored outside Explo Systems Inc., a munitions dismantling facility at Camp Minden at Doyline, La. Explo Systems is currently under investigation for improperly storing millions of pounds of a military propellant, prompting the evacuation of the nearby town of Doyline. (Associated Press/Louisiana State Police via The Shreveport Times)

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**FILE** This undated file aerial photo provided by the Louisiana State Police via the Shreveport Times shows part of the smokeless explosive powder improperly stored outside Explo Systems Inc., a munitions dismantling facility at Camp Minden at Doyline, La. Explo Systems is currently under investigation for improperly storing millions of pounds of a military propellant, prompting the evacuation of the nearby town of Doyline. (Associated Press/Louisiana State Police via The Shreveport Times)

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An aerial photo by the Louisiana State Police shows part of the explosive powder stored improperly by Explo Systems Inc. (Shreveport Times via Associated Press)