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  • The term voir dire comes from Old French and translates into English as "to speak the truth."

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  • DORNIN: What Mr. Pinder is referring to is that apparently Howard Stern's attorneys have interrupted the inquest, claiming that he wants the jurors for this inquest questioned like they do in the United States, what they call voir dire, questioned extensively to prove whether there is any prejudice.

    CNN Transcript Apr 10, 2007

  • The possibility of prejudice is something that should have just been explored in voir dire.

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  • Now, what happens when you go for jury duty, you know, you're asked a lot of questions during voir dire, that's the Latin word they use when they ask you questions.

    CNN Transcript Apr 24, 2008

  • NO court will ever tell you about this and if you want to stay on the jury don’t blurt out that you know about jury nullification in voir dire.

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  • Potential jurors fill out questionnaires and then face further scrutiny by judges and attorneys before selection to the jury in a process called voir dire.

    Psst! You Want to Duck Jury Duty?

  • HATCH: When you select a jury, you can ask them questions during a process called voir dire.

    CNN Transcript Oct 27, 2009

  • D'ailleurs ya aucun plat surgelé chez moi j'cuisine et tout et tout. bref c vrai j'me soigne yaka voir le gueuleton que j'me suis fait ce soir MIAM MIAM

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  • The lawyers went through the process known as voir dire in which they began selecting a jury by eliminating potential jurors they thought might be biased or unable to give a fair hearing to the facts of the case.

    Defending the Damned

  • Interestingly, though, tomorrow, though, all the major players, including Howard K. Stern, will return to court, where the judge is going to listen to an appeal that Howard K. Stern ` s lawyers have put forth where they ` re requesting to question the jurors, a process known as voir dire, in which -- because he ` s not really sure that the jurors in this case are going to be particularly impartial.

    CNN Transcript Apr 11, 2007

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