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How Do You Seat A Jan. 6 Jury When Everyone Knows Something About It?

BuzzFeedNews: “Every person who appeared in court Monday as a prospective juror in the first Jan. 6 trial knew something about the Capitol attack, if only that it happened. But that wasn’t enough to get them sent home. Instead, the judge and the lawyers spent hours painstakingly parsing exactly what they knew, where they got their information from, and how strongly they felt about it. By the end of the day, 25 people had made it through the first round of questioning to potentially serve as a juror in the case of Guy Reffitt. The Wylie, Texas, man is facing a five-count indictment, including charges that he brought a rifle and a handgun to Washington with the intention of supporting a “civil disorder” and that he brought the latter with him to the Capitol…”

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