The 12 jurors for O.J. Simpson's wrongful death trial:

_ SEAT 1, Badge 199: Male postal worker, 30s, Jamaican-born of black and Asian parentage. Said he had no opinions about case.

_ SEAT 2, Badge 341: Female bank worker, 60s, white. Said Simpson was ``probably not guilty'' and ``I didn't think there was enough evidence to prove him guilty.''

_ SEAT 3, Badge 186: White man, 20s. Said he doesn't believe cops are all good or all bad. Worried about verdict's effect, saying, ``I'm afraid whatever the outcome, I will offend people.''

_ Seat 4, Badge 294: White woman, 20s. Wrote on her questionnaire that Simpson is ``secure, athletic and wealthy.''

_ SEAT 5, Badge 266: Female stage manager for nonprofit theater, 40s, white. Said Simpson was ``probably guilty'' but described her opinion as a ``vague response'' she could set aside.

_ SEAT 6, Badge 257: Hispanic woman, 30s. Said she paid no attention to criminal trial but believed police were ``sloppy'' in handling evidence.

_ SEAT 7, Badge 333: Black woman, 60s, late husband was state parole agent. Expressed concern about possible rioting in wake of criminal verdict. Had doubts about Simpson's guilt, thought evidence was handled improperly.

_ SEAT 8, Badge 290: White man, 40s. Said he resolves disputes between employees and ``I'm a good listener.''

_ SEAT 9, Badge 326: Unemployed male cement finisher, 40s, white. Said police treated him fairly when he was once arrested for drunken driving but has an open mind about police misconduct.

_ SEAT 10, Badge 400: White woman, 50s or 60s, does invoices and pays bills for legal department at place of employment. Said her husband thinks Simpson is guilty, but ``we disagree a lot.'' Daughter was involved in domestic violence with a boyfriend. Said she thinks interracial couples should give careful thought to having children.

_ SEAT 11, Badge 88: White woman, 30s. Said her husband has strong views that Simpson is innocent but that she wouldn't discuss case with him.

_ SEAT 12, Badge 227: White man, 60s, son of a police officer. Said he hoped Simpson was innocent because he admired him as an athlete but had concluded Simpson was probably guilty.

Four remaining alternates:

_ Badge 369: Male computer programmer, 30s, Asian.

_ Badge 206: Retired male lab worker, 60s, white.

_ Badge 27: White male.

_ Badge 295: Black woman, 40s, works for a medical corporation.