GATTIS v. SNYDER, 99-9006
Where the prosecution cited both a prospective juror-s reluctance to impose the death penalty and his gender as bases for exercising a peremptory challenge, and the Superior Court discerned no intent to discriminate against men, the court-s application of a "dual motivation" analysis to the peremptory challenge was appropriate.
- Argued 07/12/2001
- Decided 01/24/2002
- Published 01/24/2002
- Before BECKER, Chief Judge, SCIRICA and GREENBERG, Circuit Judges.
- United States Third Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Kevin J. O'Connell, (Argued), Wilmington, DE, Counsel for Appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Loren C. Meyers, (Argued), Wilmington, DE, Counsel for Appellee.