RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - Trial began today for a Chesterfield man accused of helping his brother plan a jail escape that led to two slayings.
Michael Morva is charged with conspiring to help his brother, William, escape in August of 2006.
It ultimately led to two murders and a manhunt that shut down Virginia Tech.
William is now on death row for capital murder convictions.
Michael Morva's trial was moved from Montgomery County to Rockingham County.