Case Detail
CitationPeople v. King, 973 N.Y.S.2d 353 (N.Y. App. Div. 2013)
CrimeAssault
StateNY
Pros. First NameUKN
Pros. Last NameUKN
FederalNo
Trial Year2010
BodyAppeals court
OpinionThe New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, held that the prosecutor's improper gender stereotyping did not deprive the defendant of a fair trial. "[A]lthough some of the prosecutor's remarks . . . improperly included gender stereotyping, the improper comments were not so flagrant or pervasive in the context of the entire summation as to deprive the defendant of a fair trial [citations omitted]. . . . Further, any prejudice resulting from the prosecutor's comments that the defendant's alibi defense was not raised in a timely manner was alleviated by the trial court's instructions to the jury that the defendant served a notice of alibi and presented her defense in a timely manner [citation omitted]."
Determination Year2013
Misconduct TypeTR: Inflammatory
TR: Mischaracterizing
TR: Misstating
C/S EffectNo effect
Pros. Misc. ReportedUKN
SanctionsUKN
Sanction TypeUKN
Web linkhttp://leagle.com/decision/In%20NYCO%2020131023384/PEOPLE%20v.%20KING