The trial of two former corrections officers charged over alleged prison abuse was delayed until the next trial term due to a lack of jurors, court officials said.


The trial of two former corrections officers charged over alleged prison abuse was delayed until the next trial term due to a lack of jurors, court officials said.

Three jurors, including two alternates, were deemed ineligible, leaving the court with only 11 jurors.

President Judge Raymond Hamill said the trial will be held in the March trial term.