Caroline Kennedy to serve as juror on crack-dealing trial
Caroline Kennedy will sit on a Manhattan jury in the trial of an accused crack dealer.
Kennedy was selected to serve as a juror in the state Supreme Court trial of Nelson Chatman, the Daily News reports.
Kennedy, the only surviving daughter of President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, did not mention whether any member of her family had been a victim of a crime. She did state that her brother once worked as an assistant district attorney.
When asked if her brother ever discussed his work as a prosecutor with her, she replied that he had not.
The author and mother of two said this isn’t the first jury that she has served on.
Chatman is fighting felony charges after he was arrested in December on suspicion of dealing drugs in East Harlem, the News reports.