Jury Selection Practices Vary Widely Across the Country

In South Carolina, voir dire in a civil trial typically lasts 30 minutes, a breeze compared with 16 hours in Connecticut. If you’re trying a case in Rhode Island, there’s a good chance you will question jurors individually, a rare occurrence in North Carolina. And count on Arizona’s jurors to submit questions to witnesses — but don’t waste your time worrying about this if your trial is in Mississippi.

To learn more, check out this interesting jury selection article from Law.com.

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