Eight jurors seated for Adams trial
Eight jurors picked; four more, two alternates today
DIXON – They’re more than halfway there.
After a full day Monday, eight jurors – four men and four women – were chosen to hear the case of Byron Adams, the Chicago man charged with killing a Dixon woman in September 2009. They include a retired steelworker and a hardware store employee.
Four more jurors and two alternates will be picked today, then opening arguments will begin Wednesday morning. The trial could last 10 days, Lee County Associate Judge Charles Beckman said.
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