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Juror questionnaire in Kennebunk prostitution case

Juror questionnaire in Kennebunk prostitution case

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CONFIDENTIAL JUROR QUESTIONNAIRE
Juror No.
_______
This questionnaire asks a number
of
questions
of
a personal or sensitive nature. Theinquiry
is
necessary to assure that you are able to fulfill your duty
to
be a fair and impartialjuror. The case on which you may be selected to serve
as
a juror may involve allegationsregarding explicit sexual content. In order to assure the State and the defense a fair trial, thecourt must determine
if
you have any experience or opinions that might affect your objectivityand impartiality in such cases. Disclosure
of
your responses will be made only
asis
necessary
to
select a fair and impartial jury. The questionnaire is otherwise confidential.The State has brought 59 charges against the defendant, Mark W. Strong:
12
counts
of
Promotion
of
Prostitution, I count
of
Conspiracy to Commit the Crime
of
Prostitution, I count
of
Conspiracy to Commit the Crime
of
Violation
of
Privacy, and
45
counts
of
Violation
of
Privacy.I. Have you heard or read anything or been part
of
any discussion with family, friends,or co-workers about the case
of
State
v.
Mark
W.
Strong, the case
of
State
v.
AlexisWright, or the cases against the following:State
v.:
David KlineJohn VerreaultMonieHobbsHarry McCannKevin PagglicciaPhillip ParkerColin PowersJason RickettNorman CrepeauJoseph CuetaraDonald HillJames SouleGary BahlkowJames WhitePeter W orrnell1-licheal DentePeter ChavonelleMatthew DiehardPatrick HeelanLawrence RitchieAlbert TremblayKrisKamysBob ChabotSteven HoughtonJoe Lewis
 
Donald FortinFrank ParkerNathaniel ThompsonJason NadeauTom PowersJason DouinCraig PattersonStanley CornwallRobert HazeltonJeff RogersWayne FessendenBrian BedardDenise SillonRicky DewittJeffrey ComeauJeffrey BeaupreDavid BurleyDaniel MeyerNlichael McinnisWilliam KerrDerek ChapmanJeffrey RogersJay SanbornYES
_______
NO
_____
NewspaperTelevisionInternet Radio Discussion
2.
The following people may be called to testify at this trial. Please circle any names
of
potential witnesses you know, are acquainted with, or are related
to.
1.
Nicholas Higgins, Kennebunk, ME
2.
Melissa Higgins, Ripley, ME
3.
Donna
L.
Andrews, LCSW, Portland, ME
4.
Joseph Thornton, Private Investigator
5.
James Strong, Thomaston, ME
6.
Anthony DeWolfe, Owls Head, ME
7.
Rev. Wayne Sawyer,
St.
George, ME
 
8.
wlichael MacDonald, Thomaston, ME
9.
William Smith, Warren, ME
11.
William Stuart,
St.
George, ME
12.
Zachary Harmon, Kennebunk, ME
13.
Sgt.
Mark Holmquist, Maine State Police, Major Crimes Unit (South)
14.
Det. Corey Pike, Maine State Police, Major Crimes Unit (South)
15.
Det. Ethel Ross, Maine State Police, Major Crimes Unit (South)
16.
Det. Jason Andrews, Maine State Police, Major Crimes Unit (North)
17.
Det. Terry James, Maine State Police, Evidence Response Team
18.
Det. Lauren Edstrom, Maine State Police, Evidence Response Team
19.
Det. Herb Leighton, Maine State Police, Evidence Response Team
20.
Det. George Loder, Maine State Police, MIAC Unit
21.
Det. Bernie Pender, Maine State Police, MIAC Unit
22.
Trooper Niles Krech, Maine State Police, Troop D
23.
Det. Frederick Williams, Saco Police Department, Forensic Crime24. Special Agent Matt Fasulo, United States Secret Service, Portland Office
25. Joe
Murphy, Cambridge Police Department
26.
Det. Lenny Bolton, Maine State Police, MIAC unit
27.
Lt.
Glen Lang, Maine State Police, Maine Computer Crimes Unit
28.
Michael Desrosiers, United States Postal Service, Postal Inspector, PortlandOffice
29.
Chief Robert MacKenzie, Kennebunk Police Department30.
Lt.
Anthony Bean Burpee, Kennebunk Police Department
31. Lt.
Dan Jones, Kennebunk Police Department32. Det. David Jamieson, Kennebunk Police Department33. MDEA Agent Kyle Moody (Saco PD)
34.
MDEA Agent Paul Shaw (Sanford PD)35. Audra Presby, Kennebunk Police Department36. Jessica Staples, CFT, Computer Crimes Task Force37. Mark Soucie, EnCE, Computer Crimes Task Force

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