JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– Two judges work together to set a new trial date for Michael Blagg, the man originally convicted in the murder of his wife, Jennifer Blagg. The new trial will take place in Jefferson County.

A judge from Jefferson County and a judge from Mesa County are working together to move the case forward.

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This will be the second murder trial for Blagg who was convicted in 2004 of killing his wife Jennifer Blagg in 2001 while she slept.

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The Blagg family (credit: CBS)

The Blagg family (credit: CBS)

His conviction was thrown out in 2014 after the judge determined a juror lied when she said she had never experienced domestic violence in a pre-trial juror questionnaire.

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The juror, Marilyn Charlesworth, appeared last April before the Grand Junction City Council testifying on behalf of domestic violence victims; making evident her history of domestic violence. This led to the request for a new trial.