Jury Selection Begins In Kidnapping Case of Christina Morris

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McKINNEY -- For two years, the family of Christina Morris has been searching for any signs of the missing woman. You may remember back in 2014, Christina was reported missing and her family was frantically trying to find her.

Her last known location was a Plano parking garage at The Shops at Legacy. Security footage released by Plano P.D. showed the 23-year-old walking to her car with the man accused of kidnapping her  -- Enrique Arochi.

Fast-forward to today. The case against Arochi has moved forward with the jury selection process in Collin County.

125 jurors were given a questionnaire, asking the potential participants questions like:  “Have you read, seen, or heard any media accounts of the incident?”

That was the million-dollar question for Arochi’s attorneys who argued back in June, Arochi would not be able to get a fair trial, due to the publicity this case has received over the past 2 years. For now, Christina’s family is keeping quiet about the case.

Opening arguments are scheduled to begin Wednesday.