jury system

NOUN
  1. a legal system for determining the facts at issue in a law suit
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How To Use jury system In A Sentence

  • The justification of this was said to be that such disclosures would undermine public confidence in the jury system. Times, Sunday Times
  • Origin of jury system in modern times was Britain's Great Charter in 1215.
  • Part improvement of people's jury system in constitutional legislation and reform and improvement of legislation.
  • Later the Academy went back to the jury system and now seems settled into a fairly established routine without too many gaffes.
  • And secondly, we would like to reintroduce the jury system in which of course, like your system, lay people would decide a case.
  • Furthermore, the trial process depends upon our confidence in the jury system.
  • So is it just an unwillingness on the part of an inert legal community in this country that the jury system has not been adequately researched?
  • Zimbabwe has no jury system and cases are routinely tried by a judge sitting with two lay assessors.
  • Spenser, therefore, premised his attack on the jury system on his ethnological view of Irish society.
  • Anyway, juries believe anything," said Swanson with the disillusion of a cop who had lost out too many times to the jury system. MURDER SONG
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