Cases will usually be heard by juries of six or twelve jurors. A larger group, called a panel, will be sent to the courtroom where the jurors will be questioned by the lawyers in a process called Voir Dire. A juror may be excused from the panel if it is shown that the juror cannot act impartially concerning the case to be heard. After Voir Dire is completed, each side is allowed to remove a given number of jurors from the panel without having to show any reason. The remaining panel members become the jurors for the case.