US v. MILAN, 01-2603
Batson objections were properly overruled based on the government's race-neutral explanations for its striking of jurors, and a reasonable doubt instruction did not lower the government's burden of proof.
- Argued 05/20/2002
- Decided 09/03/2002
- Published 09/03/2002
- Before: BECKER, Chief Judge, GREENBERG, Circuit Judge, and BARZILAY, Judge, U.S. Court of International Trade .
- United States Third Circuit
- For Appellant:
- Richard Coughlin (argued), Julie A. McGrain, Office of the Federal Public Defender, Camden, NJ, for Appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Robert J. Cleary, United States Attorney, Newark, N.J., Norman Gross (argued), Assistant United States Attorney, George S. Leone (argued), Chief, Appeals Division, Office of the United States Attorney, Camden, NJ, for Appellee.