Sam Bankman-Fried Trial: Prosecutors Slam Proposed Questions For Jury Selection | Bitcoinist.com
Prosecutors in the case against the former CEO of the now-defunct FTX exchange, Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), have pushed back against the defense’s suggested...
- Prosecutors in the case against former FTX exchange CEO, Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), have objected to the defense's proposed questions for jury selection.
- The Department of Justice (DOJ) criticized the defense's questions as "unnecessarily intrusive" and time-consuming.
- The DOJ specifically objected to questions about pretrial publicity, effective altruism, political donations, and ADHD.
- The DOJ argued that the defense's questions about effective altruism were an attempt to portray Bankman-Fried in a positive light.
- The DOJ also urged the court to prevent the mention of Bankman-Fried's ADHD and its symptomatic body language to the jury.
The article presents a conflict between the defense and prosecutors in the case against Sam Bankman-Fried. The DOJ criticizes the defense's proposed questions as intrusive, while the defense seeks to ask questions related to effective altruism, ADHD, and other topics. The sentiment is neutral, with both sides presenting their arguments.