781 A.2d 37 (2001)

169 N.J. 551

STATE of New Jersey, Plaintiff-Appellant and Cross-Respondent, v. R.D., Defendant-Respondent and Cross-Appellant.

Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Decided July 16, 2001.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Kristen A. McKearney, Deputy Attorney General, argued the cause for appellant and cross-respondent (John J. Farmer, Jr., Attorney General of New Jersey, attorney).

Lon C. Taylor, Assistant Deputy Public Defender, argued the cause for respondent and cross-appellant (Peter A. Garcia, Acting Public Defender, attorney).

The opinion of the Court was delivered by LaVECCHIA, J.

In this appeal we consider whether defendant was deprived of a fair trial because the trial court failed to voir dire all jurors on being informed by one juror that he knew extraneous information about a witness. Immediately after hearing the witness testify, the juror notified the court that he realized he knew the witness and had knowledge of certain information concerning her. As a result, he stated...

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