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  • n. Plural form of juror.


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  • However, the award administrators do note that providing copies for jurors is expensive and that 2 or 3 copies of a printed work, or an unrestricted electronic copy, would be much appreciated.

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  • Instead, he called jurors into the courtroom and told them to "encourage civility and mutual respect among yourselves."

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  • Peremptory challenges allow a lawyer to dismiss a small number of potential jurors from the jury pool without giving a reason.

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  • His reason for opposing race consciousness in the rules for assembling a pool of prospective jurors is this: he is "bothered because official racialism (assuming that race correlates with much besides, ususally, skin color) reinforces and legitimizes that obnoxious notion."


  • When he returned, he called the jurors in, thanked them and declared a mistrial.

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  • Cooley caused a stir but refused to apologize when he called jurors "stupid" for acquitting actor Robert Blake in the killing of his wife. Top Stories

  • The three finalists were named by 59 jurors from a shortlist of 30 cars at the Geneva motor show. News

  • Stunned Church Office - Michelle Burhite intensive examinations, he called the jurors looked toward the door.

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  • Thursday, which was the second day of Tyler's trial, began with the admittance of evidence, including a CD recording of an April 2009 phone call jurors had difficulty understanding - Local News

  • Instead, he called jurors into the courtroom and told them to '' encourage civility and mutual respect among yourselves. ''

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