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08-4292 U.S. v. Moore

Criminal Procedure Mistrials; impartial jurors An encounter between a juror and an associate of the defendant during a lunch break is not grounds for a mistrial. “Moore’s argument that a mistrial was necessary because the jury was compromised must fail because there is no sign of an adverse impact in the record. At the time of the lunchtime ...

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