A 12-member jury in Oliver North's trial could be seated Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Gerhard Gesell said. Final choices were being made for the pool of between 40 and 45 people from which the defense and prosecution lawyers would select the 12 jurors and six alternates needed. Despite repeated defense objections that a fair jury - one that had not heard of North's 1987 testimony to Congress - could not be seated, Gesell seated three more prospectives jurors, bringing to 41 the number of people qualified to sit on the jury. Gesell said he wants at least 44 in the pool, in case of illness or other last-minute problems.