Defendant was convicted of grand larceny. His motion for a new trial on the ground that one of the jurors was disqualified for implied bias because she was the mother of a deputy prosecuting attorney of the county was denied. Defendant appealed. Held, there was no error in denying the motion, for the juror was not disqualified. State v. Peterson, 190 Wash. 668, 70 P. (2d) 306 (1937).
James H. Kilbourne,
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