Jessica Chambers Trial Livestream: Retrial of Quinton Tellis Enters Day 2

The second day for the retrial of the man accused of the 2014 death of Jessica Chambers began on Wednesday. Quinton Tellis is suspected of killing the 19-year-old in Courtland, Mississippi.

A live stream of the second day of the trial is available through WREG-TV.

Chambers was burned alive on a road in Mississippi in 2014 and died in a nearby hospital. Tellis was previously tried in the case last year, though the trial ended in a hung jury. Jury selection for the trial began on Monday, and the trial was expected to last at least through the week.

Tellis is being tried on capital murder charges. During testimony on Tuesday, witnesses said they heard Chambers say, while she was severely burned, that someone named "Eric" set her on fire, according to Fox News. Firefighters and paramedics testified that they heard the name "Eric," though a speech pathologist asserted she would not have been able to produce a comprehensible word given the severity of her burns.

"From what I viewed, in my expert opinion, the severity of what I saw would have prohibited this person from producing any kind of articulate sound," said Carolyn Higdon, a speech pathologist and professor in the communication sciences and disorders department at the University of Mississippi, according to WHBQ.

Chambers's mother, Lisa Chambers, took the stand on the first day of the trial, discussed how she was when she arrived at the hospital that her daughter had no chance of survival that day, and had "93 to 98 percent burns," WHBQ reported.

A timeline put together by The Clarion Ledger reported that text messages prior to Chambers's death showed Tellis asking her for sex, and calls between the two. Chambers's friend, LaKesha Myer, recalled that the two of them drove around with Tellis in the back seat.

"We didn't have those conversations with the three of us," she said. "It would be me and Jessica talking. He'll just sit in the back being quiet most of the time. They were friends and she knew him for a while."