A Rockingham County couple charged for killing three people in Hardy County will not be going on trial this year.
The trial date for Nakia and Lorie Keller had been set for May 23.
It has now been postponed until February 21, 2012.
The Kellers are accused of killing Chip Taylor, Lorie's ex-husband and a Rockingham County firefighter; Allaina Taylor, Chip's new wife; and her five-year-old daughter, Kaylee Whetzel.
The victims were found in the basement of their home near Mathias, West Virginia in October 2009.
They had each been shot and then the house was set on fire.
The Kellers pleaded not guilty February 18 to multiple federal charges in the case, including conspiracy to commit interstate domestic violence resulting in death, conspiracy to kill witnesses, conspiracy to tamper with witnesses and conspiracy to tamper with evidence.
If convicted of some of the charges, the Kellers may face the death penalty.
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