McBride v. State
In McBride v. State, 477 A.2d. 174, 190 (Del. 1984) the Delaware Supreme Court held that a defendant's due process rights are not violated by the State maintaining exclusive possession of jurors' criminal records In juror selection processes, the jurors may complete juror questionnaires, and may be subject to voir dire questions.
The Court has found that through these processes, the defense may gain access to the same information contained in the DELJIS reports held by the State, and therefore the defendant's due process rights are not violated by the State's retention of DELJIS reports. (Id. at 189)