Investigating a Juror's Claim of Racial Bias
Erek Barron was quoted in this article, originally published in Litigation News, from the ABA Section of Litigation:
...“You would have to do some pretty good lawyering” to convince the trial court that racial bias has tainted a defendant’s right to a fair and impartial jury, according to Erek L. Barron, Bethesda, MD, cochair of the Section’s Criminal Litigation Committee. Moreover, “the abuse-of-discretion standard is extremely difficult to overcome on appeal,” he adds.
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