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Jury selection (Posted on 2003-03-13) Difficulty: 2 of 5
In the jury selection phase of a murder trial, one of the attorneys asked a prospective juror:

"Would you be able to enter a guilty verdict if you knew that such a verdict would condemn the defendant to death?"

The person replied: "No. I beleive that human life is the most important thing, and must be preserved above all else."

The lawyer asked: "So you will hold to this even though it may keep you off this jury?"

"Yes," the person replied.

How did the lawyer know he was lying?

See The Solution Submitted by levik    
Rating: 2.5000 (8 votes)

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okai yea.... | Comment 16 of 18 |
he is a murderer himself so saying that make him a hypocrite
  Posted by Viet on 2003-07-11 10:22:42
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