An attorney for a Chicago businessman accused in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks says he's confident jurors will find his client not guilty.
Attorney Charles Swift spoke to reporters on Monday at Chicago's federal courthouse where the trial of Tahawwur Rana (tuh-HOW'-ur RAH'-nah) got under way.
About 100 jurors showed up for the first day of jury selection. They were given forms to fill out that included questions on their views on Islam and familiarity with militant groups. Jury selection will continue on Tuesday.
Rana is accused of helping his friend David Headley, a Pakistani-American who pleaded guilty to helping a Pakistani militant group scout sites for the attacks that killed more than 160 people.