U.S. Supreme Court
Aldridge v. United States, 283 U.S. 308 (1931)
Aldridge v. United States
Argued March 16, 1931
Decided April 20, 1931
283 U.S. 308
1. A negro, about to be tried for the murder of a white man, is entitled to have the jurors asked on their voir dire whether they have any racial prejudice that would prevent a fair and impartial verdict. P. 283 U. S. 311 et seq.
2. A request for such an inquiry at a trial in the District of Columbia (where prospective jurors are examined by the Court) held sufficient, although informal. P. 283 U. S. 310.
47 F.2d 407 reversed.
Certiorari, 282 U.S. 836, to review a judgment affirming a sentence for murder. chanroblesvirtualawlibrary