In United States v. Smalley, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a district court decision on a challenge to the jury selection process in a bank fraud case.
Three justices dissented from a majority that declined to hear the appeal of a man sentenced to death with a juror who expressed racial bias.
The Colorado Court of Appeals found a trial court erred by not removing a potential juror who expressed racial bias.
The Colorado Supreme Court on Feb. 14 concluded a trial court should not have dismissed a Latino juror in a 2015 rape and shooting case.
The Colorado Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in two criminal cases where judges used analogies to explain reasonable doubt.