After nearly two weeks, the jury has been selected for the corruption trial of former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick.
Federal Judge Nancy Edmunds summoned more than 60 candidates to court this week.
The 12 jurors include four African-American women, one African-American man, one Hispanic woman, two white men and four white women.
Alternates include: two white men, one white woman, two African-American women and one African-American man.
They have been sworn in by Edmunds and will appear in court for opening statements on Friday morning.
The judge plans to hear arguments Thursday about moving the trial outside of Detroit, but that defense request likely will be denied.
Race has been a sensitive issue during jury selection. Critics say juries in Detroit federal court don't always reflect the racial makeup of the Detroit area.
Three of the four defendants — Kilpatrick, his father Bernard Kilpatrick and Bobby Ferguson — are black.