Judge George O’Toole Jr. will start individually questioning more than three dozen jurors to determine if they should go to the final phase of selection.

The judge will do most of the questioning, the AP reported, and defense lawyers and prosecutors may also follow up.

In the morning, 20 people who made it through the first round will be questioned by the judge and 20 more in the afternoon. The goal is to select 18 people (12 jurors, 6 alternates) and seat a fair and impartial jury by Jan. 26.

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