Saw this posted on a gaming board I frequent of all things. It's a really interesting Supreme Court opinion regarding some issues in both Jury selection and Voir Dire, claims of prosecutorial misconduct, and the judicial tests for ineffective assistance of council. Stemming from a Florida death penalty conviction. http://supreme.justia.com/us/477/168/case.html some really good and applicable stuff in there. (I'll admit I am not sure if this is the current precedent in these issues or if it has been superseded, but interesting none the less.) Among the things the case does show is where we may see some potential challenges regarding the jury and jury selection, how far up the chain it can go if the prosecutors let their emotions tale control of their presentation, and it is also reassuring that the chances are less than minuscule that any court will entertain an IAC claim from KC. BE WARNED! The crime detailed in this case is truly horrific. If you have a weak constitution stop reading at the line "Because of the Nature..."