Wikipedia defines Voir dire (English pronunciation: /ˈvwɑr ˈdɪər/) is a phrase in law which comes from the Anglo-Norman language. In origin it refers to an oath to tell the truth (Latin verum dicere), i.e., to say what is true, what is objectively accurate or subjectively honest in content, or both. It now generally refers to the process by which prospective jurors are chosen for trial. Snipped from a recent WFTV news report:

49 Potential Jurors Dismissed On Day 2 Of Casey Trial

“Patricia Young of St. Petersburg is the woman who was shoved by George Anthony in front of his house. She told WFTV she wanted to press charges against him, but Young later changed her mind.”

Ironically Patricia Young happened to have jury duty yesterday. Patricia Young told the truth when she openly admitted that she thinks Casey Anthony is guilty which I commend her honesty. Bravo Patricia Young!! Hopefully all potential jurors will follow in her footsteps. She should be on posters in every jury waiting room through out America.

Every potential juror in Pinellas County should revel in their beliefs. This is the time to speak your mind. Scream to the high heavens for the World to know…Casey Anthony is guilty.

Good job so far, keep them coming Judge Belvin Perry Jr!

Little known fact, as of May 11, 2011, Casey Anthony is innocent.

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49 Potential Jurors Dismissed On Day 2 Of Casey Trial