Jalen Everett is facing murder, assault and weapons charges. Michael Mathis is scheduled to go on trial next year. Johnny Blackshell Junior was convicted on first degree murder charges in June. Seven people were shot that day; three of those, died.

Jurors will hear the first full day of testimony in the trial of one of three men charged in a mass shooting outside the Boys and Girls Club in Rochester.

Jalen Everett is facing murder, assault and weapons charges. Michael Mathis is scheduled to go on trial next year. Johnny Blackshell Junior was convicted on first degree murder charges in June. Raekwon Manigualt, Jonah Barley, and Johnny Johnson were all killed in that shooting and four others were injured.

After having the weekend off, everybody is coming back to the Hall of Justice Monday morning. Three witnesses took the stand before they wrapped things up on Friday.

Friday was a busy day in Judge Randall's courtroom. They had to finish selecting a jury, a panel of seven men and five women. Victims' families were also in the courtroom on Friday. During opening statements they heard prosecutors claim that Everett premeditated the shooting. Everett's defense claim that there's no DNA, no fingerprints, and no ballistic evidence that points toward his guilt.

Testimony will resume Monday morning.