Lawyers seek jurors for Philly priest abuse trial; monsignor charged with endangering children
By Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA — About 150 potential jurors will be questioned next week about their ability to spend several months hearing a landmark priest sex abuse case in Philadelphia.
Lawyers are reviewing jury questionnaires filled out by residents of the heavily Catholic city.
It remains unclear how much they will be asked about their religious beliefs or possible experiences with child sex assault.
Monsignor William Lynn is set to go on trial March 26 on charges he endangered children by keeping predators in ministry.
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