A breakdown of the jury in the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial

In the trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 1,373 prospective jurors filled out questionnaires to screen their backgrounds. Based on their answers, US District Judge George A. O’Toole Jr. called in some jurors for additional, in-depth questioning. Sixty-four were qualified for jury service in this case.

From this group, 10 women and eight men were selected as the 12 jurors and six alternates on March 3. Here is a breakdown of some of the answers of jurors chosen for the case as observed by Globe reporters.

Juror Gender Employment Opinion on guilt On death penalty Connection to Marathon bombings
35 Male Mass Department of Energy Guilty, but can stay open to arguments Open Donated to One Fund
41 Female Executive assistant No Determination Open None stated
83 Male Student Guilty, but can stay open to arguments Open None stated
102 Female Registered nurse No Determination Open None stated
138 Male Local water department No Determination Open None stated
229 Female Social worker consultant No Determination Open None stated
286 Female Restaurant manager No Determination Open Attended One Fund concert
349 Female Clothing product development No Determination Open Attended recent Marathon, has Boston Strong-related T-shirt
395 Female Legal secretary Guilty, but can stay open to arguments Open None stated
441 Male Unemployed auditor Open Open None stated
480 Male Telecommunications engineer Open Open Was at Mass General day of bombing, described intensity
487 Female Works for local school system Guilty, but can stay open to arguments Open Bought Boston Strong merchandise
552 Male Retired, telecommunications Open Open None stated
567 Male Air traffic control operator Open Open None stated
588 Female Book store salesperson Open Against but open Friends have Boston Strong merchandise, watched One Fund concert
598 Male House painter Open Open None stated
608 Female Retired actuary Open Open None stated
638 Female Social worker, state Department of Developmentally Disabled Open Supports but open None stated
DATA: Globe reporting
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