Md. high court upholds robbery conviction despite biased juror

Maryland’s top court has upheld an armed robbery conviction even though defense counsel failed to exclude from the jury a juror who acknowledged before trial his potential bias against accused thieves. In its 6-1 decision Friday, the Court of Appeals said that the attorney’s failure showed ineffective assistance of counsel but that the evidence against Edinson ...

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