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It is important to weed out “bad jurors” during jury selection. The process is meant to weed out those whose biases could potentially be harmful to your case, or whose beliefs get in the way of them giving an impartial verdict. There are no “perfect” juries, but there are those who would be able to help your case. There are qualities to look out for with “bad jurors” and those who are “champion jurors.” Your attorney will attempt to uncover biases to give you the best jury for your trial.