On June 21, the U.S. Supreme Court reversed Curtis Flowers' conviction for the 1996 murders of four people at the Tardy Furniture store in Winona, Mississippi.
Though Flowers' conviction and death sentence have been vacated, he's not free. The indictments charging him with capital murder — handed down years ago by a Montgomery County grand jury — still stand. Whether Flowers goes to trial a seventh time, and how quickly it happens, depends on a number of factors, including the strength of the state's case against him and District Attorney Doug Evans' willingness to drop the charges or negotiate a plea deal. Below, we'll post developments as they happen.