That hurt the hell out of me. Did you get any money out of the deal? It is, moreover, evident from the record that Alexander understood that he had a right to consult with an attorney and that he voluntarily relinquished that right. The pressures must have been particularly great in this case. Ibid. You said that Gene struck the guy with the gun? If due process really does mean a full and fair opportunity to be tried by an unbiased jury, "capable and willing to decide the case solely on the evidence"—then in this case, due process has been denied. A Dodge. Lest there be any confusion about the Court's ruling, Mr. Schwartz, I want to make clear that this is not in any way to be deemed an anticipatory ruling in regard to anything that might occur during the course of the trial which might be in the purview of the case of Harris against New York, by the Supreme Court of the United States, or the People against Kulis in our own Court of Appeals. 450, 98 L.Ed. Appellants in Chandler were convicted of various theft crimes at a jury trial which was partially televised under a new Canon of Judicial Ethics promulgated by the Florida Supreme Court. 1 of 50 Attica Correctional Facility. 74-520. Appended to the letter was a resume containing biographical information about Smith. The Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court affirmed the conviction, and the New York Court of Appeals denied leave to appeal. Hai Kim Nguyen, Appellant v. Attorney General of New Jersey; Superintendent Attica Correctional Facility. Because the prosecutors intentionally failed to do so, however, a juror who was almost certainly prejudiced against respondent participated in the deliberations. 624, 4 L.Ed.2d 654. A group of protesters broke the roll call line to go back to their own cells in … 450, 98 L.Ed. See Donnelly v. DeChristoforo, 416 U.S. 637, 642, 94 S.Ct. With full knowledge of his right to consult with an attorney, Alexander of his own free will chose, for whatever reason, to abstain from any exercise of that right and he must now accept the consequences of that entirely volitional decision. Preservation of the opportunity to prove actual bias is a guarantee of a defendant's right to an impartial jury." 350 (Mun.Ct.1935) (conviction set aside where juror's son applied to defendant for a job). This Court has long held that the remedy for allegations of juror partiality is a hearing in which the defendant has the opportunity to prove actual bias. Thus, it ruled that respondent was not prejudiced, and refused to set aside the conviction. (possibility that jury selection procedures that exclude Negroes might result in bias against defendant is sufficient to justify invalidation of those procedures); see also n. 2 supra. We shared the money up in my apartment. The defense learned of the incident after the jury returned a verdict of guilty. He got them out of the car. A. August 24th, I don't know if that's the correct date or not. Brief for Respondent 7. Whether or not the state proceedings result in a finding of "no bias," the Sixth Amendment right to an impartial jury should not allow a verdict to stand under such circumstances.*. Justice MARSHALL, with whom Justice BRENNAN and Justice STEVENS join, dissenting. I saw the guy holding his head. I asked him, "What type of money, and what type of game?" He greets the students before the tour and then they are escorted throughout the facility including the inmates’ cells, the mess halls, the manufacturing area, and the medical facilities. It claims, however, that respondent's right was adequately protected here, because the state trial judge conducted a postverdict evidentiary hearing and concluded that Smith was not actually biased. Q. How far away was it approximately? A. I got some money. * Determining whether a juror is biased or has prejudged a case is difficult, partly because the juror may have an interest in concealing his own bias and partly because the juror may be unaware of it. It was material on the latter issue but not on the former. Detective Schneider then read Alexander his Miranda rights, among which were included his rights to be represented by an attorney, to have counsel present during any interrogation, and to have an attorney appointed for him if he could not afford one. At English common law, prospective jurors could be challenged not only when the defendant could prove actual bias, but also when the circumstances were such that bias could be implied.9 Blackstone states that exclusion of a prospective juror for implied bias is appropriate when it is shown: "that [he] is of kin to either party within the ninth degree; that he has been arbitrator on either side; that he has an interest in the cause; that there is an action pending between him and the party; that he has taken money for his verdict; that he has formerly been a juror in the same cause; that he is the party's master, servant, counsellor, steward, or attorney, or of the same society or corporation with him." Subconsciously, the juror may tend to favor the prosecutor simply because he feels some affinity with his potential employer. Q. Depending on the nature of the prosecutor's misconduct, the prejudice requirement may be easily satisfied. Q. “I’m a prison brat,” he said. In the ultimate analysis, only the jury can strip a man of his liberty or his life. The police officer told Alexander's wife that Alexander would be taken to the 73rd Precinct.1 Upon arrival at the 73rd Precinct stationhouse, contrary to standard practice, Alexander was not immediately booked but was instead taken to a detention cell. Yes. 2 S. Thorne, Bracton on the Laws and Customs of England 405 (1968). Bobby was out of the door. At the suppression hearing in state court Alexander admitted, furthermore, that on the day he was apprehended he understood his rights. 1770, 20 L.Ed.2d 776 (1968), the Court ruled that a defendant in a capital case was denied his right to an impartial jury on the issue of sentence when the trial judge automatically excluded jurors who had scruples against capital punishment. Q. Q. Q. 396, 400, 38 L.Ed.2d 368 (1973): "Before a federal court may overturn a conviction resulting from a state trial . Q. See also 485 F.Supp. In Remmer v. United States, 347 U.S. 227, 74 S.Ct. 632 F.2d 1019 (1980). We disagree. That during the trial there occurred, out of the presence of the court, improper conduct by a juror, or improper conduct by another person in relation to a juror, which may have affected a substantial right of the defendant and which was not known to the defendant prior to the rendition of the verdict. See United States v. Agurs, supra, at 105, 96 S.Ct., at 2398; see also n. 20, supra. 2d 908 (1964) and People v. Huntley, 15 N.Y.2d 72, 255 N.Y.S.2d 838, 204 N.E.2d 179 (1965), a pretrial hearing (hereinafter the "Huntley hearing") on Alexander's motion to suppress the two incriminating statements he had made to the detectives and the detailed confession he had made to the assistant district attorney was held from February 15, 1972 through February 22, 1972 before Justice Joseph Mollen of the New York State Supreme Court, Kings County. The facts surrounding Alexander's detention at the 73rd Precinct stationhouse do not, to put it simply, even begin to approach the affirmative and inexcusable police disregard of an existing attorney-client relationship that was so evident in Brewer. 942 (1955) (judge may not conduct grand jury inquiry and then adjudicate charges against defendant because his impartiality might reasonably be questioned); Peters v. Kiff, 407 U.S. 493, 92 S.Ct. 450 U.S. 909, 101 S.Ct. Q. (answer continued) Pop your questions. A. Oh, yes. He had two or three guys with him. Instead, on three occasions he voluntarily made incriminating remarks and, in view of his extremely detailed and precise responses during the third confession, it seems clear that, as Justice Mollen specifically found, Alexander "had no problem whatsoever in knowing what he was saying; he spoke with clarity which would indicate that there was no merit to defense contentions made during the course of the hearing that the defendant, either because of his drug habit or for any other reason, was unable to understand the proceedings. For example, in Peters v. Kiff, 407 U.S. 493, 92 S.Ct. Alexander was finally booked at 11 p. m. that same evening and he was arraigned on a felony murder charge the following day. It seems likely, however, that if he had filed an application at this point, and this fact came to light during voir dire, he would have been automatically disqualified pursuant to N.Y.Crim.Proc.Law § 270.20(1)(c) (McKinney 1971). At the hearing before the trial judge, Justice Harold Birns, the prosecuting attorneys explained their decision not to disclose the application and Smith explained that he had seen nothing improper in submitting the application during the trial. From Free Law Project, a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Harold J. SMITH, Superintendent, Attica Correctional Facility v. William R. PHILLIPS. A. I know they hang out on Atlantic and Saratoga. See, e.g., State v. West, 157 W.Va. 209, 210, 200 S.E.2d 859, 861 (1973) (reversible error where trial court denies challenge for cause to juror who is employee of prosecutorial agency); State v. Kokoszka, 123 Conn. 161, 163, 193 A. A. § 2254(d). The majority also emphasizes that federal courts exercising habeas corpus jurisdiction must ordinarily defer to state-court findings of fact. A. On the second day of trial Justice Mollen reversed his earlier determination, made at the Huntley hearing, and ruled that the first statement Alexander had made to the police in the locker room on the morning of the 8th of September would be excluded inasmuch as Alexander's "nodding" after each question posed to him by Detective Schneider might not have been an adequate enough indication of an intention to waive his Miranda rights.5 The second statement, that which was made to Detective Cambridge immediately following the initial statement to Detective Schneider, was not introduced by the prosecution during its case-in-chief, and the state trial judge refused to allow the statement to be introduced at the end of the government's case inasmuch as Justice Mollen found that Alexander could not, at that point anyway, have conducted an effective cross-examination. It is a maximum security prison that houses some of the most dangerous criminals in New York State. I would affirm the judgment of the Court of Appeals on the ground that a juror who applies for employment with the office of the prosecutor and vigorously pursues that employment throughout the course of the trial is impliedly biased. The two cases were tried in succession. The New York Court of Appeals denied leave to appeal. As to the failure to preserve the claim in the state courts, the claim would not have been exhausted, United States ex rel. And since it was not material on the issue of guilt, the entire trial was not lacking in due process.". Our decision last Term in Chandler v. Florida, 449 U.S. 560, 101 S.Ct. I. Conway, 58, followed in his father’s footsteps and spent his entire career with the state Department of Correctional Services. . That's his name.Mr. When we were driving we were telling people directions where to go he didn't ever tell me the damn man was shot or nothing. . Q. Adoption of a conclusive presumption of bias in these limited circumstances would not be without precedent; such presumptions of juror bias have ancient historical roots. ATTICA — Attica Correctional Facility Prison Superintendent Jim Conway has a simple way to describe himself. Respondent's original motion to vacate his conviction was based on the fact that a juror in respondent's case, one John Dana Smith, submitted during the trial an application for employment as a major felony investigator in the District Attorney's Office.3 Smith had learned of the position from a friend who had contacts within the office and who had inquired on Smith's behalf without mentioning Smith's name or the fact that he was a juror in respondent's trial. In view of Justice Mollen's careful marshaling of the evidence on the issue of whether Alexander's third confession was voluntary, and in view of the deference which we are statutorily required to pay to the state court's findings of fact, we must conclude that there is no ground here for our disputing the state court judge's conclusion that German's testimony would not have affected the ultimate result the judge reached as to whether Alexander's third confession was voluntary. Gen. (Louis J. Lefkowitz, Atty. 1989 to 1990 Deputy Superintendent - Watertown Correctional Facility Watertown is a medium security facility housing general population inmates. I think that was the second shot. Attica Correctional Facility, prison in Attica, New York, one of the last so-called big house prisons built in the United States.Constructed in 1931, it was the most expensive penal facility of its day. I'm not sure, like he boxed him, and the gun went off. At the pretrial hearing held to consider Alexander's motion to suppress the incriminating remarks and confessions he had made to the police and the prosecutor at the 73rd Precinct stationhouse, the state trial court judge made no explicit finding on this matter. As both of you will recall, I'm certain, I ruled on the question of the identification testimony of the witnesses John Lopez and Lester Wittaker and on the admissibility of certain alleged admissions which were alleged to have been made by this defendant, three in number one to Sergeant Schneider, one to Detective Cambridge and one in the form of a question-and-answer statement to Assistant District Attorney DiBenedetto and, in the Court's rulings, I ruled that the identification testimony would be admissible as to both identifying witnesses and that all three statements would be admissible in the People's case. Thus, in this context also, the conviction should be set aside if there is any reasonable likelihood that the material omission could have affected the judgment of the jury. 141, 145, 469 F.2d 547, 551 (1972), (Bazelon, J., dissenting) (defendant claims that juror who had been castigated by judge when serving as a juror in another trial would be prejudiced against him); ("[a] Procrustean demand for a showing of prejudice is ill-suited to a case where the very integrity of the judicial process is at stake and where the inability to demonstrate prejudice offers little assurance that prejudice did not exist"), cert. Consistent with our previous decisions, we held that "the appropriate safeguard against such prejudice is the defendant's right to demonstrate that the media's coverage of his case—be it printed or broadcast compromised the ability of the particular jury that heard the case to adjudicate fairly." As the trial court found, "there is no evidence which to any degree points to a conclusion that any member of the District Attorney's staff, . ATTICA — Attica Correctional Facility Prison Superintendent Jim Conway has a simple way to describe himself. If the fact that Smith had applied for a job had been promptly disclosed, respondent's jury trial right could have been protected. Yet, despite his knowledge of the constitutional rights he possessed, Alexander, whom the state trial judge found had not been subjected to any coercion at any time while he was at the stationhouse, never requested consultation with an attorney. After interviewing the juror, the FBI concluded that the bribery attempt had been made "in jest," Id., at 228, 74 S.Ct., at 451, and had not had a prejudicial impact. (b) The touchstone of due process analysis in cases of alleged prosecutorial misconduct is the fairness of the trial, not the culpability of the prosecutor. No such wrongs occurred here. Q. See note 1 Supra. Comp.Laws Ann. However, a hearing during trial is far more likely to reveal evidence of bias than a post-trial hearing. Ibid. Harold J. SMITH, Superintendent, Attica Correctional Facilityv.William R. PHILLIPS. Plant Superintendent Salaries in Rochester, New York Metropolitan Area: $75K (median). United States v. Agurs, 427 U.S., at 103-104, 96 S.Ct., at 2397-2398. 763, 766, 31 L.Ed.2d 104 (1972); Napue v. Illinois, 360 U.S. 264, 272, 79 S.Ct. Q. A. If a replacement had been made, the substantial danger of juror bias would have been eliminated. I could have robbed a working man I could have robbed a working man, and get the same type of money I got out of the supermarket, and nobody would be hurt a man loses his life because, I don't know if Gene is crazy or what. Q. Absent any physical violence there are still some potentially troubling aspects to a just resolution here. I don't know if it was the 24th, 25th, or 23rd. Alexander correctly points out that German's proposed testimony concerning the desk sergeant's statement that Alexander was not at the stationhouse would not have been hearsay, for the sergeant's denial would not have been offered to prove the truth of the matter asserted in the statement (I. e., that Alexander was, in fact, not at the stationhouse). A. 1365, 1369-1370 (S.D.N.Y.1980); 632 F.2d 1019, 1023 (CA2 1980). Not only is the probability of bias high, it is also unlikely that a post-trial evidentiary hearing would reveal this bias. denied, 409 U.S. 1117, 93 S.Ct. The guy out there? This is true, regardless of the heinousness of the crime charged, the apparent guilt of the offender or the station in life which he occupies." As will be seen in Part III of this opinion, the Court of Appeals misread Agurs. Volume I, Trial Transcript, at pp. Assigned counsel has done an admirable job briefing and arguing this appeal but, inasmuch as we find no error in Judge Curtin's decision or reasoning, we affirm. We do not condone the conduct of the prosecutors in this case. 87 Misc.2d, at 627, 384 N.Y.S.2d, at 915. Of course, federal courts have limited power of review in habeas corpus proceedings. Pp. Accretion 19352-14, Landmark case files, consists of Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's request to make public the bulk of the "Meyer Report" on the Attica … 623, 99 L.Ed. . The federal district judge also determined that the state trial court was correct in its ruling regarding the exclusion of the testimony that would have been given by Alexander's wife. Although an absolute constitutional ban on news coverage of trials by the print or broadcast media cannot be justified, the defendant must be given an opportunity to demonstrate that the media's coverage of his case compromised the ability of the particular jury that heard the case to weigh the evidence fairly. 654 (1954), a juror in a federal criminal trial was approached by someone offering money in exchange for a favorable verdict. Tell me who you were with and how you got there? 96 S.Ct. A. Nonetheless, the court imputed bias to Smith because "the average man in Smith's position would believe that the verdict of the jury would directly affect the evaluation of his job application." 734 (1950); Frazier v. United States, 335 U.S. 497, 69 S.Ct. In Taylor v. Louisiana, the Court stated that " 'a flavor, a distinct quality is lost if either sex is excluded,' " and that " 'exclusion of one may indeed make the jury less representative of the community than would be true if an economic or racial group were excluded.' 0 LinkedIn members shared this salary. If Smith were found to have engaged in a course of conscious misconduct, he might have been prosecuted under N.Y. The failure to disclose possible juror bias can be analogized to a prosecutor's knowing use of perjured testimony. In the exceptional situations that may require application of an "implied bias" doctrine, the lower federal courts need not be deterred by 28 U.S.C. Attica State Prison is located at 639 Exchange Street, Attica, NY, 14011-0149. Dennis v. United States, ruled that Government employees need not be excused from serving as jurors in the prosecution of the General Secretary of the Communist Party, U.S.A. Frazier v. United States, refused to uphold a challenge to a jury that consisted entirely of Government employees. CPL § 330.40(g). This argument proves too much. A. Every correctional facility has an administration. ., or that a juror has engaged in misconduct of a substantial nature . The pressures on a juror in Smith's position would be much less substantial. Most jurisdictions have statutes that set forth conduct or status that will automatically disqualify prospective jurors, without regard to whether that person is actually biased. The letter did not mention that Smith was a juror in respondent's trial. Of equal importance, this case is a federal habeas action in which Justice Birns' findings are presumptively correct under 28 U.S.C. . LEARN MORE. United States Ex Rel. Find a Facility. It also receives felons 16 years of age and older by transfer from the Elmira Reception Center or other institutions. We therefore hold, as did Judge Curtin, that under the circumstances here the state court's determination that Alexander's third confession was voluntary is entitled to the usual presumption of correctness and, in view of the lack of any convincing countervailing evidence, Tanner v. Vincent, supra, 541 F.2d at 937, we agree that that determination was correct. Next Section. 692, 42 L.Ed.2d 690 (1975), the Court struck down a state rule excluding women from compulsory jury service.3 And in Witherspoon v. Illinois, 391 U.S. 510, 88 S.Ct. ANDREW M. CUOMO AARON M. BALDWIN, ESQ. is available for service, discharge such trial juror and order that he be replaced. As we said of Brady in United States v. Agurs, 427 U.S., at 106, 96 S.Ct., at 2398: [T]he confession could not have affected the outcome on the issue of guilt but could have affected Brady's punishment. 24. There was three other fellows besides myself. Thus, time and time again, in a broad variety of contexts, the Court has adopted strong measures to protect the right to trial by an impartial jury. A. I guess you can call it a revolver. Superintendent of Attica Correctional Facility Doc. The following day, more than one week before the end of respondent's trial, the assistant informed the two attorneys actually prosecuting respondent that one of the jurors had applied to the office for employment as an investigator. The very next day, Smith phoned the District Attorney's Office to check on the status of his application. Anybody who comes in to let them in, but not to let nobody out. A Hundred and something Dollars pretty close to Two Hundred Dollars. 2163, 33 L.Ed.2d 83 (1972), the Court invalidated a selection procedure that resulted in the systematic exclusion of Negroes.2 Similarly, in Taylor v. Louisiana, 419 U.S. 522, 95 S.Ct. Thus, the trial judge erred in refusing to grant defendant's motion for a mistrial.13 See also Tableporter v. Urist, 157 Misc. Q. Springle v. Follette, 435 F.2d 1380, 1384 (2d Cir. The second trial lasted nine weeks, and 44 witnesses were called to testify. Ernest L. Montanye, Former Superintendent, Attica Correctional Facility, Et Al., Petitioners, V. Rodney R. Haymes. "2, Following ten hours during which he might have received only a minimal amount of food or drink while being held in the detention cell but during which time he had not been subjected to any further interrogation,3 Alexander was again questioned on September 8, this time at 9 p. m. that evening by Assistant District Attorney DiBenedetto. § 2254 … United States v. Wood, upheld the constitutionality of a District of Columbia statute that permitted Federal Government employees to serve on juries in which the United States was a party. In particular, the state trial judge found that before each of his confessions on the 8th of September, Alexander had been carefully and fully apprised that he had a right to talk to a lawyer, to have a lawyer present during the police interrogation and to have a lawyer appointed to represent him if he could not afford a lawyer. N.Y.Crim.Proc. 187 (1948); United States v. Wood, 299 U.S. 123, 57 S.Ct. Q. 942. According to the majority, the Constitution requires only that the defendant be given an opportunity to prove actual bias. I thought you meant where he got them before that. After being advised of his rights, Alexander was asked whether he still wished to make a statement without counsel being present. A hearing permits counsel to probe the juror's memory, his reasons for acting as he did, and his understanding of the consequences of his actions. In these cases, however, the Court regarded "actual bias" as including "not only prejudice in the subjective sense but also such as might be thought implicitly to arise 'in view of the nature or circumstances of his employment, or of the relation of the particular governmental activity to the matters involved in the prosecution, or otherwise.' In Dennis v. United States, 339 U.S. 162, 70 S.Ct. A. Gene, myself, and Bobby the three of us went in the Supermarket. A. I think it was in the trunk. § 2254(d)(1). In my view, it is impossible to draw meaningful distinction between a juror who is an actual employee of the prosecuting agency, and a juror who has applied for employment with that agency. She said, "Hurry up and come out of there, because the kids want to look at the T.V." 260, 265, 53 L.Ed. Justice REHNQUIST delivered the opinion of the Court. 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