Michael Jackson’s defense team fears the potential jurors’ questionnaire is flawed.
Lawyers initially submitted a questionnaire for jurors, which was 29 pages long and consisted of 300 pages. The judge cut this back to 47 questions and seven pages.
Now defense sources have told ABC News that they are concerned that the revised questionnaire does not have enough questions; fearing that it will not serve to highlight people who think Jackson is weird or guilty.
Yesterday Superior Court Judge Rodney Melville announced he had enough potential jury members to proceed with the next part of the selection process.
250 people have been picked from the 450 or so interviewed.