A question of first impression in Nebraska—whether it is prejudicial error to compel an accused to be tried by a jury selected from a panel from which an earlier jury had been selected and had heard a similar charge against the same accused—was squarely before the Nebraska Supreme Court in State v. Eggers.
I. The Problem
II. Alternatives Open to Counsel
III. Were the Jurors Biased?
Richard L. Schmelling,
Juries—Challenging Jury Panel for Bias—State v. Eggers (Neb. 1963),
43 Neb. L. Rev. 629
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