The murder trial of Orleans resident Randall Swartz was postponed after the defense received two thumb drives full of possible evidence from the Vermont State Police just before the jury draw was about to begin. And now the trial is being postponed again because of a change in lawyers. Swartz, 62, is accused of shooting his wife Thea to death at their home in 2018. Burlington defense attorney Rob Sussman has now been assigned to the case. Sussman told the court on Thursday that he needs time to study the evidence. The court agreed and set the case for another status conference in 30 days. State police said they found Swartz at his home on May 15, 2018, with a self-inflicted gunshot wound. They also found his wife dead from a gunshot wound. She called 911 and told the police dispatcher that her husband was drunk and threatening her, followed by the sounds of gunfire.