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Jury selection starts in trial of Han Reiser

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Lawyers on Wednesday began questioning potential jurors in the trial of a software engineer charged with killing his estranged wife, who went missing about a year ago.

About 100 potential jurors, selected from a pool of about 250 who filled out questionnaires, will be questioned over the next several weeks, said Alameda County prosecutor Paul Hora. The trial is scheduled to begin Oct. 29.

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