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" In a challenge for actual bias, the cause stated in the second subdivision of section one thousand seventy-three must be alleged; but no person shall be disqualified as a juror by reason of having formed or expressed an opinion upon the matter or cause... "
Acts of the Legislature of Puerto Rico - Page 121
by Puerto Rico - 1901
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Reports of Cases Determined in the District Courts of Appeal of ..., Volume 8

1909
...to laymen — is that the formation and expression of an opinion upon a matter to be submitted to a jury, founded upon public rumor, statements in public journals, or common notoriety, do not disqualify a person from serving upon such jury, if it appears to the court, upon his declaration,...
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Courts of Appeal of the State ..., Volume 8

1909
...to laymen — is that the formation and expression of an opinion upon a matter to be submitted to a jury, founded upon public rumor, statements in public journals, or common notoriety, do not disqualify a person from serving upon such jury, if it appears to the court, upon his declaration,...
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Volume 152

California. Supreme Court - 1908
...journals, or common notoriety alone, he is not necessarily disqualified, provided that it is made to appear to the court upon his declaration under oath...otherwise that he can and will, notwithstanding such opinion, act impartially and fairly in deciding the questions to be submitted to him. (Id.) 38. PUBLIC...
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United States Supreme Court Reports, Volume 40; Volumes 159-162

United States. Supreme Court - 1901
...fairly and impartially upon the evidence presented. Section 5024, Compiled Laws of Utah, reads that "no person shall be disqualified as a juror by reason...public journals, or common notoriety: Provided, It appears to the court, upon his declaration, under oath or otherwise, that he can and will, notwithstanding...
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The California Statute, Penal Code of California: The State Penal Code ...

California - 1925 - 477 pages
...cause stated in the second subdivision of section one thousand seventy-three must be alleged; but no person shall be disqualified as a juror by reason...upon public rumor, statements in public journals, circulars, or other literature, or common notoriety; provided, it appear to the court, upon his declaration,...
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The California Statute, Penal Code of California: The State Penal Code ...

California - 1925 - 477 pages
...cause stated in the second subdivision of section one thousand seventy-three must be alleged; but no person shall be disqualified as a juror by reason...upon public rumor, statements in public journals, circulars, or other literature, or common notoriety; provided, it appear to the court, upon his declaration,...
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Bulletin of the Public Affairs Information Service: Annual Cumulation, Volume 1

Public Affairs Information Service - 1915
...courts oí record; Jury fees should be paid by litigants Qualifications Oklahoma law providing that "no person shall be disqualified as a juror by reason...or cause to be submitted to such Jury, founded upon rumor, statements in public journals, or common notoriety, provided it appears to the court upon his...
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California Appellate Decisions, Volume 4

California. District Courts of Appeal - 1907
...trouble leading to the prosecution. A juror, under the express language of the law, is not disqualified by reason of having formed or expressed an opinion upon the matter or cause to be submitted to him as such juror, founded upon public rumor, statements in public journals, or common notoriety. (Penal...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 129

1913
...public rumor, statements in public journals, or common notoriety : Provided, it satisfactorily appears to the court upon his declaration, under oath, or otherwise, that he will, notwithstanding such an opinion, act impartially and fairly upon the matters to be submitted...
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