The blockbuster question late Wednesday hinting at a possible acquittal of Atlanta attorney Claud “Tex” Mciver on charges stemming from the fatal shooting of his wife has not been their only question.

Jurors asked 298 questions of witnesses during 20 days of testimony in McIver’s ongoing murder trial. Fulton County Superior Court Chief Judge Robert McBurney has screened all of those questions, some of which he has not allowed.

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