CLEVELAND (AP) -- For the second time, a jury will visit the scene of a 2005 Cleveland house fire that killed a woman and eight children at a birthday sleepover.
The first jury to visit the scene convicted Antun Lewis, who's now 29. He won a new trial based on unreliable testimony from jailhouse informants.
On Tuesday, a jury in his second federal court trial will be taken to the scene.
Federal prosecutors say opening statements from both sides are expected Wednesday. At least some of the jailhouse informants will be called again to testify.
Lewis could face life in prison if convicted.
Authorities say Lewis was upset over a drug debt and doused the first floor with gasoline, setting what became Cleveland's deadliest house fire.