"Unbiased Jurors Will Be Tough to Find as Trump U. Cases Progress," Law360

August 8, 2016

In an article published by Law360 on August 5, 2016, John M. Gross provides insight on the difficulty of finding unbiased jurors for the Trump University cases. The article states that jury selection will no doubt prove to be a challenge requiring a process, which could take up to several months or even years, of putting together teams of surrogate jurors and experimenting with trial strategies. “The problem that the court has is that it has to let this case happen, but it’s not a situation where a problem in jury can be fixed by sending the case to some other district,” said Mr. Gross. “It’s going to be awfully hard to find jurors without a strong opinion of him who say that they can set aside whatever opinions they have.” For the full article, subscribers may visit the Law360 website.

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