Is juror silence, in response to a specific question, lying by omission to hide actual bias?

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Is juror silence, in response to a specific question, lying by omission to hide actual bias? You may be surprised.

Watch SM JUROR’s video analysis of the juror misconduct issues in Porter v. Zook, No. 16-18, 2018 WL 3679610 (4th Cir. Aug. 3, 2018). Issues involve actual bias, juror silence to specific question asked at voir dire, lying by omission, nondisclosure of a material relationship, due process, and the requirement of an evidentiary hearing.

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