Prosecutors in Fulton County will start to make their case today against the woman accused of driving around a stopped school bus last year, hitting and killing three children and seriously injuring a fourth.
The jury was selected on Tuesday -- six women and six men, along with two alternates.
The case led to a new state law focused on school bus zone safety.
Alyssa Shepherd faces three charges of reckless homicide, one charge of reckless driving causing injury, and one charge of criminal recklessness.
Nine-year-old Alivia Stahl, and her two younger twin brothers, Xzavier and Mason Ingle, were killed in the crash.
Michael Schwab, grandfather of the three children who died.