Jury selection wrapping up in Laurence Alan Stewart II's attempted deliberate homicide trial.
After individually interviewing potential jurors Monday due to the sensitive nature of the case, attorney's continued trying to find fair and neutral citizens to serve on the alleged pipe-bomber's jury Tuesday morning.
Starting with a pool of 106 potential jurors, District Judge Sandefur, Cascade County Attorney John Parker and Stewart's defense team are weeding the pool down to 12.
Stewart is accused of throwing pipe-bombs at pursuing officers after a 40-mile high speed chase last fall - he's charged with seven counts of attempted deliberate homicide.
Potential jurors dismissed cited conflicts and anxiety issues while those that remain were asked if they could be a fair juror.
The trial will continue Wednesday morning. Stay with ABC 5 for the latest information.