FNC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 03, 2004
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.
(Los Angeles: Anita Vogel) The debate over “death qualifying” a jury featured; details given about the process which screens potential jurors to eliminate those who would not be willing to impose the death penalty if it applied, critics’ claims that jurors who could sentence somebody to death are by nature pro-prosecution, and the upcoming qualifying process in the Scott Peterson murder trial. [Fox News legal editor Stan GOLDMAN- explains “death qualifying.”] [Trial behavior consultant Kathy KELLERMAN- says the defense starts a step behind.]
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