ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Three major Bay area court cases, all involving people killing their own family members, are all back in spotlight on Monday.  

Shelby Nealy

- Pre-trial hearing Monday in Pinellas County

- Accused of killing his wife, three in-laws and their three dogs in December 2018

- Facing death penalty

Nicole Nachtman

- Trial started last week in Hillsborough County, testimony continues Monday

- Former FSU student accused of killing her mother & step-father in 2015

Nicole Nachtman, 25, is accused of shooting and killing her mom and stepdad, Myriam and Robert Dienes, at their Carrollwood home four years ago. (Spectrum News image)

Jordan Belliveau

- Jordan Belliveau’s mother, Cherisse Stinson, is accused of murdering 2-year-old Jordan last year

- Lawmakers & Largo Police will talk about efforts made since Jordan’s death to protect kids from abuse

- Stinson’s trial will start in 2020

- St. Petersburg Police news conference on this case Monday

Charisse Stinson (in orange) is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Jordan Belliveau. Her murder trial has been set to begin March 2, 2020. (Spectrum News image)