Gergel halted her, pointing out her juror number was the short sequence of numbers written across the sticker on her shirt. While most people in the courtroom laughed or smiled at the gaffe, Roof remained emotionless. The only time Roof appeared to show any emotion was after the jurors left the room to complete paperwork and defense attorney Kimberly Stevens made a remark to him. A smile wrinkled through his left cheek but quickly disappeared. He shook his head and walked out of the courtroom. Court officials say 3,000 jurors have received summonses. Nearly 2,000 jurors are reported to be white, around 700 are black and the rest are Asian, Native Americanor identify as “other.” seeThe jurors are from Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester and five other counties. Throughout the process, jurors will sit before Gergel, the suspect, his attorneys, and prosecution in groups of 80. Gergel will read the same script to each group, asking simple questions, including whether any prior conflict might prevent them from being able to serve as a juror in the case. Those who say they will not be available will be excused. The group is expected to be whittled to a pool of 700 jurors who will return to the courthouse in November to be questioned individually by the judge.
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