The highly anticipated trial for the accused killer of Holly Bobo is officially underway today.
The 20-year-old nursing student disappeared more than six years ago.
Zach Adams will be on trial in her death. The case has garnered a lot of attention since it began more than six years ago.
To recap: Bobo disappeared from her home in Darden in April 2011.
In February 2014, T-B-I and F-B-I agents searched several properties around Decatur County.
In March 2014, Zach Adams was charged with kidnapping and first-degree murder in connection to Bobo's disappearance.
In October 2014, Zach Adams' brother, Dylan, was charged with rape and tampering with evidence. He was charged with murder in connection to Bobo's death in May 2015.
Another man, Jason Autry, was charged with kidnapping and murder as well. Autry is expected to take a plea deal for his testimony.
A fourth man, Shane Austin, was questioned but later committed suicide.
In September 2014, more than three years after her disappearance, Holly Bobo's remains were found by hunters.
Zach Adams is charged with rape, kidnapping and murder. If convicted, he faces the death penalty.