( CNN) Charlottesville, Virginia, is again poise for journalists and protesters to converge on the city as jury assortment begins Monday for the three men accused of killing Heather Heyer at last year’s Unite the Right rally.

Heyer, 32, was a local paralegal and had attended the rally to speak out against grey dominance and intolerance. Her friends and pedigrees say she died for her beliefs.

Fields stands charged with first-degree assassinate in Heyer’s death. He also faces five weighs of malicious wounding, three countings of aggravated malicious wounding and one count of failing to stop at road traffic accidents involving a fatality.

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