For the prosecutors, defense attorneys, court personnel and — perhaps most of all — for the judge overseeing the trial of accused Fulton County Courthouse shooter Brian G. Nichols in Georgia, the protracted death-penalty case has evolved into one headache after another, from early wrangles over the location of the trial to the most recent delay, which saw the interviews of more than 900 potential jurors delayed from March to September.

But John D. Gilleland, who has spent nearly 20 years as a trial consultant, said for those in his business, the opportunity for in-depth examination of potential jurors presented in such a case is a highly attractive and unusual opportunity.

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