An appellate court ruled that a prosecutor’s selective use of a background check on one black member of the jury pool, which ultimately led to the juror’s expulsion after arrest warrants surfaced, must result in an overturned conviction.

In State v. Andujar, the Appellate Division on Monday said the state’s actions violated the “Batson/Gilmore analysis.”

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