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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The capital murder case of Robert Seman has come to a shocking end with the 48-year-old taking his own life. Seman jumped from the fourth-floor balcony of the courthouse to his death at about 9:40 a.m. this morning. This all happened just one week before jury selection was set to begin in his triple murder trial. The halls of justice in Mahoning County were roped off as a crime scene as Seman's body lay in the middle of the rotunda on the courthouse floor. Seman, who was facing the death penalty if convicted of killing 10-year-old Corinne Gump and her grandparents Bill and Judy Schmidt in a house fire two years ago, was expected to be transported to Portage County where his trial would begin next week.