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No habeas relief despite juror’s omissions during voir dire (access required)

Although a juror omitted material information about four additional family members in law enforcement during voir dire of a capital case involving the killing of a police officer, because the record failed to demonstrate the juror was biased or that the omissions were intentional or deliberate, the petition for habeas relief was denied. Background Thomas Alexander Porter ...