Recent Examples of juror from the Web
This means the jurors did not find probable cause to indict Conley with any crime.
The child was rambunctious, but didn’t seem to be suffering from any injuries, a teacher from the school told jurors last week.
But jurors found no liability for each of those named in the lawsuit, and instead found Cox 100 percent responsible for his own injuries.
After a nearly five-week trial, jurors found Uresti guilty of securities fraud and money laundering, among other charges.
Prosecutors Inga Petrovich and Taylor Anthony argued that jurors should have still found the witness credible due to the risk assumed in testifying as an eyewitness.
The perjury conviction against Desormeau was handed down by a jury earlier this year; the jurors had found Desormeau guilty of lying about witnessing a man sell drugs to two women on a street corner in the Queens neighborhood of Jamaica in 2014.
In addition to murder, jurors found Benson guilty of aggravated vehicular homicide, felonious assault and leaving the scene of a crash.
But for the past two months, jurors at Birmingham Crown Court have learned the grisly rituals of a juju ceremony.
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Definition of juror for English Language Learners
: a member of a jury
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