Jury selection begins Monday in Tom Fallis trial

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GREELEY, Colo. -- Jury selection will begin Monday in the trial of a former Weld County sheriff's deputy who is accused of killing his wife.

Tom Fallis is facing murder charges in the death of his wife Ashley after the case was first ruled a suicide.

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Last week, the judge ruled the Fallis children will be allowed to testify in the trial. They are expected to take the stand and testify against their father and for the prosecution.

Prosecutors said the former deputy shot and killed his 28-year-old wife after a party at their home in Evans in January 2012. Fallis has always claimed his wife died by suicide and his attorneys will talk about a suicide note they claimed was written by Ashley Fallis before her death.

Fallis moved to Indiana with his three children, but he has been brought back to Weld County to stand trial.

Jury selection is set to begin at 9 a.m.

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