Jury selection for the Kealoha corruption trial resumed Monday.

One of the big issues is picking from a pool that started with 413 people and finding potential jurors who are unbiased.

Judge J. Michael Seabright questioned jurors Monday about how much they knew about the case against former Honolulu Police Chief Louis Kealoha and his former Deputy Prosecutor wife Katherine Kealoha. 

One juror was dismissed after she admitted to looking the case up on YouTube.

Jury selection could wrap up in the next few days and the trial is expected to run through early August.