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Judge must open jury selection in Maine Zumba case

ALFRED, Maine — The remain­ing jury selection must be open to the public in the trial of the first major figure in a prostitution scandal centered on a Zumba studio in ­Kennebunk, Maine’s highest court ruled Thursday.

Remaining members of the jury pool were sent home after the Maine Supreme Judicial Court stopped the process in response to a request by the parent company of The Portland Press Herald. In a 6-to-1 ruling, the state Supreme Court later ordered the remainder of the process in York County Superior Court to be opened to the public.

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