GREEN BAY, Wis. - The man accused of killing Nicole Vanderheyden, 31, and dumping her body in a Bellevue farm field in June of 2016, was in court Thursday morning for his final pre-trial.
George Burch appeared quietly in court.
The State addressed the court about new evidence submitted to the crime lab over the weekend.
The Defense requested that pornography on Vanderheyden's boyfriend's phone be admitted into evidence, but the judge denied it.
Jury selection for the trial begins Friday. The State and the Defense agreed upon having some alternative jurors requested. A total of 30 jurors will be selected.
A man accused of killing a #Ledgeview woman is in the Brown Co. Courthouse for a motion hearing today. @NBC26 will have the details tonight pic.twitter.com/IpKLSl9hhK— Emily Beier (@Emily_Beier_) February 15, 2018
A man accused of killing a #Ledgeview woman is in the Brown Co. Courthouse for a motion hearing today. @NBC26 will have the details tonight pic.twitter.com/IpKLSl9hhK