A new computer software program that helps weed out biased jurors is raising a dilemma for lawyers: Should they go with their gut instinct when picking jurors, or listen to a computer?

Dozens of attorneys in the last year have embraced the concept of using a computer to help strike biased jurors from their cases, including the defense lawyer in the Andrea Yates murder trial.

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