So far, 206 potential jurors have been questioned in an effort to find 12 who can serve and sit in judgment of Boston Marathon bombing defendant, Dzhokar Tsarnaev. 

Thirteen individuals were questioned today in US District Court.
The cast of potential jurors today included a woman who went to college with an FBI agent listed on the Tsarnaev trial witness list and a woman who said of Tsarnaev  "I can't see myself sitting in a room with someone for four months and then sentencing him to death."

Some potential jurors were quickly dismissed:  a woman whose family went bankrupt and said serving would be a hardship, a man who worked for a medical facility associated with the search of Tsarnaev’s UMass Dartmouth campus and says he keeps up with the news via the Globe, the Times, WBUR and WGBH. 

Jury selection continues in the shadow of an appellate court hearing Thursday to determine if the trial should be moved to Springfield or out of state.  In it’s brief arguing against a change of venue, the prosecution essentially said, moving the trial would invite the same set of biases alleged by the defense.

Prosecutors contend that the process of selection in Boston has been fair.