A jury was selected after an arduous, two-week process in which scores of people were dismissed because they had already made up their minds about the disgraced Hollywood mogul.
By Tom Hays, Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press
Timothy Foster was tried, convicted and sentenced to death for murdering an elderly woman during a burglary in 1986. But did prosecutors discriminate against African-Americans in jury selection? Special correspondent Tim O’Brien offers background on the case going to the…
By PBS NewsHour
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