In People v. O'Keefe (306 N.Y. 619) the Judge held a private conversation with a juror, who had been accepted but before the selection of the jury had been completed, about her disinterestedness in response to an affidavit furnished by the People.Summary of this case from People v. Colascione
Argued October 9, 1953
Decided November 20, 1953
Appeal from the Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Third Department, STAGG, Acting County Judge.
John Lo Pinto, Paul R. Shanahan, Harry S. Travis, John J. Cucci, Theodore H. Cohn and John J. McKinney for appellants.
Robert E. Fischer, District Attorney ( Louis M. Greenblott of counsel), for respondent.
Judgment affirmed; no opinion.
Concur: LEWIS, Ch. J., CONWAY, DESMOND, DYE, FULD, FROESSEL and VAN VOORHIS, JJ.