Waye v. Commonwealth
In Waye v. Commonwealth, 219 Va. 683, 251 S.E.2d 202 (1979), the Supreme Court held that the record demonstrated that the prospective juror's "attitude on the subject of the testimony of police officers was essentially neutral." 219 Va. at 690, 251 S.E.2d at 206.
The prospective juror gave the following response to a question concerning the weight he would give a police officer's testimony:
"Well I don't know. I just hardly don't know what to say either way, to be fair with you. Close thing either way, the way I see it. I may be wrong."Id. at 689, 251 S.E.2d at 206.