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Striking Juror Harmless in Murder Case (access required)

Defendant is not entitled to reversal of his jury trial convictions for murder, robbery and firearms offenses based on the striking of a juror; any error omitting voir dire was harmless; defendant does not contend he was denied a fair and impartial jury. During jury selection, one venireman disclosed he was a former General Assembly member.  ...

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