Um, I don't really know if EquiPro realizes the process, but I would not recommend that you lie. If you go up for questioning, they will put you under oath. Most people realize that lying is morally wrong in general, but it's even worse when you have the penalty of perjury, usually a D Felony, that goes with it. Do not lie, please. The attorneys want you to be honest, forthright.
Secondly, I was an official court reporter for two years and had the experience of speaking with jurors after the deliberation process. Most of them were reluctant to the idea at first, and then afterwards thought it was a good life experience, fulfulling their "civic duty."
Thirdly, being an impartial person is a good trait to have, so if you do get chosen because you are impartial, unbiased, whatever you want to call it, take it as a compliment.