State v. Nett

In State v. Nett, 207 W.Va. 410, 533 S.E.2d 43 (2000) (per curiam), a prospective juror was unable to say whether he could "separate" himself on the issue of whether Nett's prior convictions for DUI would influence his decision on the current charge of DUI. In Nett, the Court stated that where there is any doubt about a juror's ability to be fair and impartial, the trial court must resolve the doubt in favor of the moving party and strike the challenged juror for cause. 207 W.Va. at 414, 533 S.E.2d at 47.