It took two and a half weeks for a jury to be selected in the murder case of Greg and Travis McMichael and William “Roddie” Bryan Jr.—the three men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery—and somehow, after that unusually long process, 11 white people and just one Black person ended up on the panel. 


Lawyers on both sides of the Ahmaud Arbery case aren’t the only ones grappling with the problem of finding unbiased jurors in the age of social media.

Marcellus Williams faces execution despite new DNA evidence that could exonerate him of a brutal murder. His fate is in the hands of the Supreme Court justice nominated by President Trump.