Already delayed more than a year, the negligent homicide trial of state Representative Johnnie Bolin is set to begin August 26th. The court case was delayed through a legislative session and an extra, special session this winter. Bolin, of Crossett, faces three counts of negligent homicide in the deaths of three stranded motorists on the median of an icy Interstate 530 in February 2003. Police say the 60-year-old Bolin lost control of his vehicle and it careened onto the median, killing three people -- 23-year-old April Weeks of Star City, 25-year-old Shawn Albert Storz and 22-year-old Angela Brooke Storz, both of Jefferson. Negligent homicide is a Class A misdemeanor. If convicted, Bolin could face up to a year in the county jail and a $1,000 fine on each charge.