Voir Dire

VOIR DIRE:

Voir Dire is part of the jury selection process. It is an oath administered to the potential juror where he or she swears to speak the truth. Voir Dire is also the examination of the potential juror to determine if a juror is prejudiced, biased or cannot not fairly ascertain the facts of the case. Some reasons that a potential juror may be excused include being an acquaintance of a party in the case, witness or attorney or being in an occupation which might lead to a bias.

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