Chattooga County Court officials are expecting a larger than normal turn out for Monday’s trial of suspended State Court Judge Carlton Vines.  Vines is scheduled to go on trial for possessing absentee ballots and election related crimes stemming from the 2006 State Court Judges race between Vines and newly appointed State Court Judge Sam Finster.  Finster was appointed to the position by Governor Sonny Perdue after Vines was suspended. Things will get underway Monday morning with the selection of jurors in the main courtroom.  According to Chattooga County Clerk of Courts Lan Cordle, the trial will be held in the large courtroom.  Anyone planning to attend the trial should remember new courthouse security rules.  No cell phones or purses or handbags are allowed in the courthouse.   The case will be heard by Judge G. Carey Nelson who has asked for a special jury pool to be called for the trial.