YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Capital murder defendant Robert Seman says he’s doing the “best” he can while waiting for his trial later this year
Seman was back in court Wednesday morning for another of his monthly pre-trial hearings.
Once again, he was allowed to come dressed in street clothes instead of his regular jailhouse orange jumpsuit.
Seman is charged in the arson-murders of 10-year-old Corinne Gump and her grandparents, Bill and Judy Schmidt, last March on the day the day he was set to go on trial for raping Gump.
In court Wednesday morning, Seman told the judge he’s been working with his attorneys and keeping up with his case. He’s set to go on trial in September and could face the death penalty if he’s convicted.