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Doubting Juror Should Have Been Struck (access required)

Although the trial court tried to rehabilitate a potential juror who expressed a “preconceived notion” that “if you go to court ….you’re pretty much guilty,” the juror was not properly rehabilitated and should have been struck; the Court of Appeals reverses defendant’s convictions of aggravated malicious wounding and child neglect. In reviewing the decision of ...

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