Vice President Kamala Harris called for changes to the jury selection process on Friday, but did not directly comment on the active trial of the men accused of chasing and fatally shooting Ahmaud Arbery.

The Georgia jury picked to decide on the case consists of one Black juror and 11 White jurors, despite uproar from prosecutors who argued that several Black potential panelists were cut because of their race.

When asked about the trial and jury selection and discrimination in the U. S., Harris said she was not going to comment on an active trial “for obvious reasons.”