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People v. Lima

The prosecutor committed misconduct by referring to jurors’ voir dire comments to bolster the prosecution’s theories and inflame the jury’s passions during rebuttal arguments.

The prosecutor committed misconduct when she referring to prospective jurors’ comments in her rebuttal arguments to bolster the prosecution’s factual theories and inflame the jury’s passions and biases. However, the misconduct was not prejudicial in light of the overwhelming evidence of guilt adduced at trial.

____ Cal.App.5th ____, ____ Cal.Rptr.3d ____, 2020 D.A.R. 4986 (2nd Dist. 2020) May 26, 2020 (B293030)

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