Mark Goodman Quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

As reported in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, in the context of the Firm’s representation of the Appellant in Fleshner v. Pepose, a case involving improper jury bias as evidenced by anti-semitic comments made during deliberations, Mark Goodman stated: “There’s a big difference in a jurur holding prejudice in his head and articulating prejudice.  The latter taints the whole judicial process.” This is a case of first impression in Missouri.


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