No. 1-98-0047.

729 N.E.2d 20 (2000)

313 Ill. App.3d 51

246 Ill.Dec. 20

The PEOPLE of the State of Illinois, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Harry ALEMAN, Defendant-Appellant.

Appellate Court of Illinois, First District, Fifth Division.

Rehearing Denied May 25, 2000.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Marc W. Martin; Alexander Salerno, Chicago; and Kevin McNally and Margaret O'Donnell, Frankfort, KY, of counsel, for Appellant.

Richard A. Devine, State's Attorney, Chicago (Renee Goldfarb, James E. Fitzgerald and John Robert Blakey, of counsel), for Appellee.

Justice HARTMAN delivered the opinion of the court:

A jury found defendant Harry Aleman guilty of first-degree murder and he was subsequently sentenced to a term of 100 to 300 years' imprisonment.1 Defendant appeals from his second trial; among errors he identifies are: (1) errors occurring during voir dire deprived him of a fair trial; (2) the court erred in refusing to question individual jurors as to possible conversations with...

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