MARION COUNTY, Fla. -- A jury is expected to be seated Tuesday in the Michael Bargo murder trial.
The 21-year-old is accused of masterminding the killing of 15-year-old Seth Jackson over a rivalry involving a girlfriend.
Jackson's body was dismembered, authorities said.
Many potential jurors are familiar with the case, and that had been a big concern.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys are trying to find the 12 jurors who will decide Bargo's fate.
Potential juror: "I remember some things that gave me an opinion."
Judge: "And what is that opinion?"
Potential juror: "I think, I hate to say it, but I think he's guilty."
Prosecutors said he and four other young people lured Jackson to a Summerfield home, beat him, shot him, dismembered his body and burned the remains.
Bargo's four co-defendants were found guilty and are serving life sentences.