How the jury system works

Judge Timothy Walmsley speaks to defense attorney Franklin Hogue during the jury selection process in the trial of the men charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery, at the Glynn County Superior Court in Brunswick, Ga., on Oct. 27.
Judge Timothy Walmsley speaks to defense attorney Franklin Hogue during the jury selection process in the trial of the men charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery, at the Glynn County Superior Court in Brunswick, Ga., on Oct. 27. Getty Images
Judge Timothy Walmsley speaks to defense attorney Franklin Hogue during the jury selection process in the trial of the men charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery, at the Glynn County Superior Court in Brunswick, Ga., on Oct. 27.
Judge Timothy Walmsley speaks to defense attorney Franklin Hogue during the jury selection process in the trial of the men charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery, at the Glynn County Superior Court in Brunswick, Ga., on Oct. 27. Getty Images

How the jury system works

Recent court cases have many thinking about what makes the jury system flourish and fail. Reset hears from an expert on what you should know about the jury selection process.

GUEST: Ekow N. Yankah, professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University