One by one for 8 hours on Monday, 100 potential jurors were questioned and examined by Judge Wendy Demchick-Alloy and attorneys in her chambers, according to Wallace McKelvey of the Patriot-News. Kane was relatively upbeat, though, smiling and even shaking hands on her way in.
Just past 6 p.m. the jury was finally selected, six men and six women with 4 alternates.
Tomorrow the jury will gather for instruction and opening arguments.
The Attorney General is facing twelve counts, two counts of perjury as well as ten misdemeanors. Those misdemeanors include: three counts of official oppression, three counts of conspiracy, two counts of false swearing and two counts of obstruction.