"Publication of the jury questions …. would invariably lead to analysis or the expression of opinions on the jury and the case based on less than complete information, which could taint prospective jurors," Ghiz wrote in late June.
The second Tensing trial jury was made up of seven white women, two white men, one black man and two black women. Two white men, one white woman and one black woman were alternates.
WCPO/Scripps is still in a legal battle with Ghiz over completed, unredacted juror questionnaires used to determine impartiality in the massive pool of potential jurors.
NOTE: WCPO does not publish juror names or images that show jurors' identities without the permission of those jurors. However, WCPO believes it is important for journalists to be able to contact jurors and talk to them about what happened during the trial and deliberations -- if jurors are willing to talk.