While doing some handiwork and idly listening to a reading of a memorandum of law in a case called Khoberger from Idaho, the court repeatedly argues a SCOTUS case only named as "Sheperd" or similar, with unknown spelling as I only had audio. Most of that filing is about the restriction of a lawyer from acting as a spokesperson for their clients that don't appear to be a party of the Khoberger case.
In any way, the facts of that "Sheperd" case are:
- During the trial, the jurors were named in the press with names and addresses.
- The accused was found guilty
- SCOTUS reversed as the case was not impartial.
- It was supposedly heard before Miranda, so in or before 1966
Which is this mysterious case and is it still as relevant as the memorandum of law I listened to makes it seem from repeating it again and again?