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No Mistrial for Cousin on Jury (access required)

Defendant was not entitled to a mistrial after it was discovered mid-trial that his cousin was on the jury, the Court of Appeals says; the trial court questioned the cousin and determined she had no information requiring disqualification; the record shows no abuse of discretion; defendant’s jury trial convictions for attempted malicious wounding, using a ...

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