Or might kill the guy, and the law won't like that... -- Bouncer's Manslaughter Trial Begins (AP) St. Cloud, Minn. Opening statements are expected today in the manslaughter trial of a bouncer at a St. Cloud bar. Twenty-five-year-old Paul Robert Buboltz is charged with causing the April 2005 death of Justin Smiley. Smiley had been thrown out of the Red Carpet bar and was trying to re-enter when he got into a scuffle with the bouncer. Authorities say Buboltz held Smiley face down on the ground for ten minutes while waiting for police. [In a chokehold.] Smiley fell into a coma and died 18 days later. An autopsy determined he died from a lack of oxygen because of prolonged compression of his neck. A 12-person jury and three alternates were selected yesterday.