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Updated on December 21, 2019
Party Benefitting from Erroneous Judicial Comment Bears Burden
State v. Boothby, No. 116,505 (Kan. Sept. 6, 2019). Issue: A district judge made an erroneous comment regarding Boothby’s case in front of the jury. Is an erroneous judicial comment made in front of a jury that is not part …
Category: Kansas Criminal Procedure Survey, Trials, Uncategorized Tags: Erroneous Comments, Judicial comment error, Judicial error, Judicial Misconduct