The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports:
A judge on Monday selected nearly two-dozen Fulton County residents — neighbors, co-workers, fellow MARTA riders — who will help prosecutors determine whether former President Donald Trump and his allies unlawfully tried to meddle in Georgia’s 2020 elections.
A pool of 200 would-be jurors was whittled down to 23 people and three alternates over two hours Monday morning for a so-called special purpose grand jury. Fulton Superior Court Judge Robert C.I. McBurney administered an oath and asked whether would-be jurors had already made up their minds either way on the matter.
The group will meet intermittently with prosecutors in the months ahead as the Fulton County District Attorney’s office seeks subpoenas for documents, information and the testimony of at least 30 reticent witnesses.
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#BREAKING: A judge has selected nearly two-dozen Fulton County residents who will help prosecutors determine whether former President Donald Trump and his allies unlawfully tried to meddle in Georgia’s 2020 elections #gapol https://t.co/47YtJUXQ2y
— Atlanta Journal-Constitution (@ajc) May 2, 2022