NEW YORK (AP) — Nearly five years after an unarmed man died in a hail of 50 police bullets on what would've been his wedding day, two of the shooters face a disciplinary trial that could cost them their jobs.New York Police Department lawyers alleged in opening arguments Monday that the officers used excessive force in the 2006 shooting of Sean Bell.The would-be groom was fatally wounded outside a Queens nightclub where he was having his bachelor party.Attorneys for Detective Gescard Isnora and Officer Michael Carey argued that the officers had good reason to think Bell and his friends were about to commit a drive-by shooting.Isnora was acquitted at a non-jury criminal trial in 2008 but still faces administrative charges of violating department guidelines.Carey was never charged criminally.