A second pool of potential jurors was being questioned Tuesday morning in the effort to seat a jury for the trial of Baltimore Police Officer William Porter in the death of Freddie Gray.
Like Monday's first panel, everyone in the 75-person pool said they were aware of Gray's death and the citywide curfew imposed in response to the unrest that followed. One person said they were unaware of the $6.4 million civil settlement paid to Gray's family by the city.
Two people in the pool stood when asked if they knew Gray.
Monday's pool was dismissed with no indication of whether or how many individual jurors had been dismissed, with Judge Barry Williams...