juror


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juror

1. a member of a jury
2. a person whose name is included on a panel from which a jury is selected
3. a person who takes an oath
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He couldn't really come up with a good reason," the juror said.
According to CNN, juror B37 said she will not grant any further interviews, and wishes to resume her normal life.
The case originated from the Boston Globe, which sought the names of jurors during the trial of Nathaniel Fujita, who was found guilty of murdering his ex-girlfriend in March 2013.
When discovered, juror misconduct raises the potential of a mistrial or new trial.
2) Jurors acquitted criminals, he argued, because they believed the punishments provided by law were too harsh.
Imagine what the juror pool would look like if we included them.
Jurors are older, more representative of both sexes, and increasingly racially and ethnically diverse.
Gruber (1994) used a juror model to identify and validate content and indicators of quality in international education programming.
The virtual tour will help to demystify the process, providing jurors with a realistic walk-through of what jury service will be like.