RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — Potential jurors for the upcoming death penalty retrial of a man charged with abducting and killing a Vermont woman in 2000 are expected to appear in court.

The first of about 700 potential jurors are scheduled to appear Tuesday in federal court in Rutland to fill out jury questionnaires.

After the initial screening reduces the number down to about 60, the final selection of a 12-person jury with four alternates will begin Oct. 1. Opening statements for the trial have not yet been scheduled.

Fell was convicted in 2005 and sentenced to death for the 2000 killing of Terry King, who was abducted when she arrived for work at a Rutland supermarket, but the conviction was thrown out in 2014 due to juror misconduct.