U.S Government on SBF Jury Selection Questions


16 Sep 2023 2:22 AM

The U.S. attorney sees no reason for potential jurors to discuss, among other topics, effective altruism or ADHD before trying...

  • The U.S. attorney objects to certain proposed questions by the defense for potential jurors in the case against former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried.
  • The defense's proposed questions include topics such as pretrial publicity, effective altruism, political donations, and ADHD.
  • The U.S. attorney argues that these questions are unnecessary, time-consuming, repetitive, prejudicial, and argumentative.
  • The government's proposed questions are described as standard, neutral, and appropriate.
  • Both parties agree on questioning prospective jurors about their opinions on cryptocurrencies.
  • Bankman-Fried, who is reportedly affected by ADHD, has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
  • The trial is set to begin on October 3 in New York.

The tone of the article is neutral, providing information about the objections raised by the U.S. attorney regarding proposed questions for potential jurors in the case against Sam Bankman-Fried.

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