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Faria v. Harleysville Worcester Ins., 16-1060

In a personal injury action brought against plaintiff's insurance company, in which a post-verdict discovery that an individual served as a juror when he should not have cleared preliminary procedural hurdles due to a prior felony conviction prompted a new-trial motion challenging the jury's verdict, the district court denial is affirmed where even though this individual slipped through the qualification cracks, his inclusion is not fatal to the jury's verdict.

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  • Argued
  • Submitted
  • Decided
  • Published 2017/03/27




  • United States First Circuit


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