In the murder case of 23-year-old Rachel Hoffman, she was killed while working as a confidential informant for the Tallahassee Police Department last month. Now, one of the two men suspected of her murder wants his attorney to question jurors in his trial.
Andrea Green was one of the men Hoffman met with before her murder.
With all of the media coverage in this case--Green's public defender, Ines Suber, says he wants to be assured that the jury is not biased. Suber says Green has a right to do this and so a motion was submitted to the clerk of courts Friday. A judge is expected to decide whether to grant the request on Tuesday.
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