NEW: 12 jurors, one alternate selected in Alvin Bragg's falsified docs case

The 12-person jury consists of seven men and five women.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

12 jurors and one alternate juror have been selected in Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg’s falsified business documents case.

Jury selection began on Monday, and on Thursday, two previously selected jurors were dismissed from the case. One woman said she was having second thoughts as to whether she could be impartial, and a man was dismissed because a prior arrest for vandalizing conservative political posters was discovered.

According to NBC News, the 12-person jury consists of seven men and five women. Jury selection will continue on Friday.

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