BUCKS COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) – One of the men facing charges in a series of gruesome killings in Bucks County will be in court on Monday. Sean Kratz’s trial was supposed to begin Monday morning, but instead, pretrial motions will be argued.

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Kratz is charged in three of the four murders that shocked the area back in July 2017.

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His cousin, Cosmo DiNardo, pleaded guilty and was given four consecutive sentences of life in prison.

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Kratz rejected a deal.

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Prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty.

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