The second trial of a Spokane stockbroker accused of killing a woman in a crash two years ago has been postponed until Nov. 14.
Jury selection was set to begin Tuesday in the vehicular homicide trial of Jon Strine, but his lawyer, Carl Oreskovich, has appealed Superior Court Judge Tari Eitzens' rejection of his motion regarding double jeopardy.
Oreskovich contends Strine cannot be tried because a jury verdict of 'not guilty' already was read after his first trial in February.
But jurors weren't unanimous in their decision, which led to a mistrial.
Strine admits to drinking before the June 2009 crash but disputes a state test that placed his blood-alcohol level at .20.
Strine was driving a Mercedes when he crashed into a motorcycle, paralyzing the driver, Gary Keller, and killing the passenger, Keller's wife, Lorri Keller.