Maryland medical malpractice attorney Marcus Boston talks about the process of questioning potential jurors before a medical malpractice trial.

In many jurisdictions the attorneys are the ones who actually question jurors in the jury pool, with the judge asking follow up questions when needed. Well is it the same in Maryland?

As Mr. Boston explains, the answer is yes and no. This is because in most of the jurisdictions in Maryland, the judge is the one who asks the questions after the attorneys have submitted questions to the court. Now, an attorney may follow up after the court has asked a question to a potential juror to get more information on the issue at hand.

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Marcus Boston is a Maryland medical malpractice attorney who helps people navigate the Maryland childbirth injury and medical malpractice process to get money for their injuries caused by the carelessness of doctors and hospitals.