State Representative Johnnie Bolin has secured a delay in his trial in the deaths of three people killed in a traffic crash last year. Bolin, who is from Crossett, was to have gone on trial Thursday on three counts of negligent homicide. The charge is a Class A misdemeanor. Police said Bolin`s vehicle went off an icy Interstate 530 on February 26th, 2003, slamming into three people in the median. No trial date has been set by Circuit Judge H.A. Taylor. The delay is the second for Bolin. The Legislature is meeting in a special session that began December eighth to address a court order to improve public education. Bolin is charged in the deaths of 23-year-old April Weeks of Star City, and 25-year-old Shawn Albert Storz and 22-year-old Angela Brooke Storz, both of Jefferson. If convicted, Bolin could be sentenced to up to one year in jail, fined up to $1,000 on each count.