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31 August, 01:38

Helen has been selected to serve on a jury. She has heard about the case on the news and is excited to be involved in such a big decision. Based on television coverage, Helen thinks the accused person is probably guilty. When the lawyers question Helen, they ask if she has heard of the case or formed any opinions. As a responsible citizen, Helen should ...

admit that she knows about the case and believes the person is guilty

admit that she knows about the case, but not admit her beliefs

pretend that she does not know about the case so she can stay on the jury

say that she has only heard a little bit about the case but has no opinion

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  1. 31 August, 02:01
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    admit that she knows about the case and believes the person is guilty

    Explanation:

    The American Constitution has provisions for a defendant to be tried fairly and with ample defense in a legal process. For this, the jury can have no bias and should be exempt from the opinion of the case. Therefore, as an ethical citizen, Helen should speak the whole truth. The important thing should not be whether or not she should stay in the jury, but to ensure that the defendant is tried in accordance with constitutional determinations. In this case, the jury should not have an opinion formed before the trial. Helen must tell the truth and she would probably be moved to another case and replaced in that particular case.
  2. 31 August, 02:40
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    The first one is correct admit that she knows about the case and believes the person is guilty mark me brainliest
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