As of Tuesday, 41 potential jurors had been dismissed in George Zimmerman's second-degree murder trial. No ruling had been issued on whether jurors will be sequestered. But as jury selection continues, attorneys are asking prospective jurors how much of a hardship that would be.
The trial is expected to last four to six weeks. Two prospective jurors testified it would be tough to be apart from their children, but they could do it.
Judge Debra Nelson denied a defense request to sequester all 500 prospective jurors, but she's ordered that all jurors remain anonymous.