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Jury selection in a DUI case is a process by which the judge and/or the lawyers for both parties question prospective jurors to determine if anyone has a pre-existing bias about issues related to drinking and driving that will prevent him or her from being fair and open-minded in deciding the case.
Depending on the facts of your case, your DUI lawyer will ask questions similar to those listed below, as part of the jury selection process. These questions may be asked of each individual juror orally, in open court, or they may be put in the form of a written questionnaire that all prospective jurors are asked to complete. The answers to these questions will help your DUI lawyer weed out jurors who may be biased against your case.