After extensive litigation, the complex process to select the jury in the Ghislaine Maxwell trial is finally underway.

Back in August, the U.S. District Judge presiding over the case, the Honorable Alison J. Nathan, set a firm trial date of Nov. 29, 2021, and a multi-step process to pick the individuals who will determine Maxwell’s guilt or innocence on the six counts in the indictment. United States v. Ghislaine Maxwell, Case No. 20 Cr. 330 (S.D.N.Y. Aug. 21, 2021) Docket Entry 330 (the Scheduling Order). The Indictment alleges that Maxwell conspired with and aided and abetted Jeffrey Epstein to entice minor females to travel to engage in criminal sex activity, to transport minors to engage in criminal sexual activity, and to engage in sex trafficking of a minor.

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