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: They were asked about their employment, whether or not they currently believe Tsarnaev is guilty, their views on the death penalty, if they would face any hardships as a result of jury duty, and whether they have any potential bias.
Here is a breakdown of some of their answers as observed by Globe reporters as of Feb. 19. "N/A" signifies when a topic was not discussed in open court.
DATA: The Boston Globe
Milton Valencia and Andrew Ba Tran / Globe Staff