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Trump trial jury selection process follows a familiar pattern with an unpredictable outcome

Summary by Ground News
When the first batch of potential jurors was brought in for Donald Trump’s criminal trial this week, all the lawyers had to go on to size them up — at first — were their names and the answers they gave in court to a set of screening questions. Then the lawyers went to work, scouring social media for posts that might reveal whether people in the jury pool had hidden biases or extreme views. One potential juror was dismissed by the judge after the former president’s lawyers found a 2017 online post about Trump that said “Lock him up!” Trump’s lawyers rejected another potential juror after discovering she had posted a video of New Yorkers celebrating President Joe Biden’s election win.

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