Recent Examples of juror from the Web
Jurors cleared a third Nomura trader, Ross Shapiro, of eight counts, but deadlocked on one conspiracy count.
Further, if the marijuana on the defendant’s possession had been packaged for sale and distribution and if significant amounts of cash were also found, jurors would have additional clues in ascertaining the defendant’s intent.
Fans who find themselves feeling threatened by unruly and potentially abusive fans can easily alert stadium security or workers who staff safety booths throughout Arrowhead, Riesmeyer told jurors.
In an attempt to determine a potential juror’s bias for or against the 27-year-old star, lawyers put together a 15-page questionnaire, which was obtained and released by TMZ.
Jurors deliberated for about three hours Tuesday before delivering their verdict to Judge D.J. Tegeler.
Both of Tensing’s previous hearings ended in a mistrial, with jurors unable to agree on whether the officer was guilty of murder or voluntary manslaughter.
In seeking clemency, Morva's attorneys said the jurors who sentenced him to death were not told about the severity of his mental illness.
His first conviction was overturned because of juror misconduct.
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First Known Use of juror
JUROR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of juror for English Language Learners
: a member of a jury
JUROR Defined for Kids
Word Root of juror
legal Definition of juror
- an alternate juror
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