juror

[ US /ˈdʒʊɹɝ/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒjˈʊɹɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who serves (or waits to be called to serve) on a jury
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How To Use juror In A Sentence

  • CAMERA TRACKS down a long table , moving from one JUROR to the next.
  • Your fellow potential jurors will be chosen at random from the pool available, and then slimmed down to just 12 in court, again at random.
  • So weeding out potential jurors with unchangeable views on guilt or innocence has the elaborateness of celebrity trials like that of O.J. Simpson, who was acquitted at the same courthouse in 1995. Jackson jury Q&A tests media's grip
  • Somewhere in the darkest, dingiest corner of hell, Andrew Wilson is laughing," Beuke told jurors. Jon Burge Trial: Jury Begins Deliberations
  • Scores of jurors were quickly dismissed yesterday as the judge tackled the daunting task of finding an unbiased jury. Times, Sunday Times
  • Before the swearing of any of the jurors, 15 the defendant or prosecutor in England and Ireland could challenge the array of jurors compiled by the sheriff.
  • They argued that the presence of TV cameras at the trial influenced the behavior of attorneys, witnesses, and jurors.
  • But again, if the subject is sensitive, the colloquy among the attorneys, prospective jurors, and judge can be held privately at the bench.
  • The boys looked at the conjuror in silent wonder.
  • Could it be that another juror is about to be bounced from the case?
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