Convicted Felon Bobby Ferguson is headed back to federal court to face another trial in regards to bid-rigging case that ended in a mistrial back in 2012.
Jury selection begins Tuesday. Ferguson is charged with conspiracy and other crimes.
U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade says the case involves allegations of fraud and illegal dumping at a federally funded housing project. Another defendant, Michael Woodhouse, is also on trial.
Ferguson was sentenced to 21 years in October 2013 for racketeering, bribery and extortion.