"The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals awarded Graf a new trial in March 2013, ruling the scientific arson evidence used to convict him of capital murder in 1988 since has been proved faulty. The court declined to find Graf innocent, as his attorneys requested. Prosecutors at the time sought the death penalty, but the jury chose a life sentence instead. Because jurors chose the life term instead of a death sentence, prosecutors are precluded by law from seeking the death penalty at the retrial. The 44-question questionnaire asks prospective jurors personal information about themselves and their families, asks their experiences with police and the criminal justice system and asks if they consider themselves a leader or a supporter."

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