HONOLULU - Jury selection for the Kealoha correction case resumes in federal court Friday. The trial could go on until the end of August.

Judge J. Michael Seabright plans to bring in jurors in groups of 45 as it continues into next week.

Of the 413 who showed up at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center Monday -- more than 100 have already been dismissed. 

Attorneys for the Kealohas filed a motion to get rid of seven witnesses. Two were granted, including Patricia Blanchette, the doctor for Katherine Kealoha's grandmother, Florence Puana.

The other five were denied.     

Katherine and Louis Kealoha, plus three Honolulu Police officers are accused of conspiracy and obstruction.

Opening arguments could start as early as next Thursday.