Jury Selection Underway for Obregon Trial

The pool of potential jurors for the Andrew Obregon murder trial is so large they will not fit in the jury room at the Kenosha County Courthouse. Circuit Court Judge Chad Kerkman told attorneys Thursday that he will have the pool of about 100 people gather in the County Administration Building. They would be called into the courtroom 12 at a time for questions as the court and attorneys seek to sit an impartial jury for the trial. Obregon is facing charges of homicide, attempted homicide, kidnapping, armed robbery and two-dozen additional felonies for a month-long crime spree last year. His trial, expected to last about two weeks, is scheduled to begin Sept. 26.



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