In more local news... what's considered the largest mass murder in Georgia's history, had its final hearing today, before it goes to trial next month. A grand jury indicted Guy Heinze Junior after investigators say he killed 8 members of his family in 2009. Investigators say they died from blunt force trauma. A 4-year-old survived, but was critically injured. Channel 4's Hailey Winslow was in court today, when the attorneys met one last time, before trial. 3 3 3 0-514-191:02-1:07Surviving family members sit in the front of the courtroom, sit in the front of family members 1:07Surviving 0-514-191:02- 0-514-191:02-1:07Surviving family members sit in the front of the courtroom, forced to face their relative - who investigators say killed his own family.Guy Heinze Jr. who maintains his innocence - sat in a suit, as attorneys made final plans for the trial.The defense raised a possible concern with a new system in place that could influence the number of jurors reporting for duty next week - if people don't update their current address like they're supposed to.But Judge Stephen Scarlett - the second assigned to the case - said if that poses a problem, sheriff's deputies will look for no-shows, like they always do.The other issue the court addressed - location for the trial.Judge Scarlett asked defense lawyers if their client wanted to be tried in Glynn County, and Heinze Jr said "yes."so come mid-October, Heinze Jr. will be back in this courtroom - as 12 of his peers decide if he's guilty of committing such a horrific act.