All Americans are entitled to a trial by jury of their peers, a right guaranteed by the Sixth Amendment. Before the opening arguments begin, attorneys for the prosecution and the defense select the jurors. To get to the final twelve, each legal team asks a series of questions to ensure jurors don’t hold any preconceived beliefs or biases that could damage their case. Christina Marinakis is a jury consultant at IMS Litigation. Soledad talks to her about how they identify who will be most sympathetic to the case. 



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