How to Rehabilitate a Juror ?
It is not defense counsel's obligation to rehabilitate a juror who has responded to questions in a manner that would sustain a challenge for cause.
The appropriate procedure is for either the prosecutor or the judge to make sure the prospective juror can be an impartial member of the jury.
Moreover, Florida court held that it is "manifest error" to retain a juror who believes that a defendant should have to present some evidence of innocence, even where the juror has been "rehabilitated." Williams v. State, 1999 Fla.