ATLANTA -- Some 200 Fulton County residents have completed the first stage toward possibly becoming jurors in the Atlanta Public School cheating trial.
Each potential juror must answer 130 questions, which takes about two hours to complete. It's so much information by Tuesday morning, many of the attorneys hadn't reviewed the answers from the 100 jurors on Monday.
That led to some frustration among the all the lawyers involved.
There are lots of attorneys: seven on the prosecution team and 12 defense attorneys.
One of them, Benjamin Davis, is once again representing former APS administrator, Tamara Cotman. Last year, she was acquitted of influencing a witness.
Davis says this trial is moving slower because so many people are involved.