Md. high court weighs whether judges must provide privacy option for would-be jurors

Before questioning prospective jurors about their biases, judges must tell them they can give potentially embarrassing answers privately at the bench rather than before the entire courtroom, a criminal-defense attorney told Maryland’s top court Thursday.

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