What Happens If Juror's Actual Responses Differ from What Was Represented to the Trial Court ?

In peremptory challenges when the appellate court can discern that juror's actual responses differ from what was represented to and accepted by the trial court, the court's ruling is reversed. See: McCarter v. State, 791 So. 2d 557, 558 (Fla. 2d DCA 2001) (holding that trial court erred in finding reason to be valid where it was refuted by transcript of voir dire); Michelin North America, Inc. v. Lovett, 731 So. 2d 736, 742 (Fla. 4th DCA 1999) (holding that the denial of a peremptory challenge constituted clear error where the record refuted the implied finding that the reason given for the strike was not genuine); Overstreet v. State, 712 So. 2d 1174, 1177 (Fla. 3d DCA 1998)(relying on review of transcript in concluding that the trial court erred in sustaining a peremptory challenge because of a "faulty recollection of the responses given during voir dire").