Of the more than 1,300 people called as potential jurors for the trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, more than 100 have already been dismissed. The remainder are being individually questioned by lawyers on both sides, giving us a glimpse into how their pasts and possible prejudices could impact this case.

WGBH News special correspondent Emily Rooney and Harvard Law School professor Ronald Sullivan Jr. gave insight into the process.