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  • jury duty — n: the obligation to serve on a jury; also: service on a jury – called also jury service; Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. jury duty …   Law dictionary

  • Jury nullification — means making a law void by jury decision; in other words, the process whereby a jury in a criminal case effectively nullifies a law by acquitting a defendant regardless of the weight of evidence against him or her. [… …   Wikipedia

  • jury — n. 1) to empanel, swear in a jury 2) to charge, instruct; sequester a jury (the judge charged the jury) 3) to dismiss a jury 4) to fix ( corrupt ) a jury 5) to serve on a jury 6) a hung ( deadlocked ) jury 7) a grand; petit; trial jury 8) a blue… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • serve — I n. (tennis) 1) the serve was good; long; out 2) a serve to (a serve to the backhand) II v. 1) (A) ( to bring ) she served dinner to us; or: she served us dinner 2) (d; intr.) to serve as ( to fulfill the functions of ) (his illness served as an …   Combinatory dictionary

  • jury duty — noun the civic duty to serve on a jury • Hypernyms: ↑civic duty, ↑civic responsibility * * * noun 1. : the obligation to serve on a jury clergymen are exempt from jury duty 2. : service on a jury …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jury nullification in the United States — John Peter Zenger, a printer in the English colony of New York, was tried for seditious libel in 1734 for publishing a newspaper critical of the governor. The jury acquitted Zenger despite the judge s instructions; this is perhaps the most famous …   Wikipedia

  • jury — ju|ry [ˈdʒuəri US ˈdʒuri] n plural juries [Date: 1300 1400; : Anglo French; Origin: juree, from Old French jurer to swear , from Latin jus; JUST2] 1.) a group of 12 ordinary people who listen to the details of a case in court and decide whether… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • serve — I. verb (served; serving) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French servir, from Latin servire to be a slave, serve, from servus slave, servant Date: 13th century intransitive verb 1. a. to be a servant b. to do military or naval service …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • jury — ju·ry / ju̇r ē/ n pl ju·ries [Anglo French juree, from feminine past participle of Old French jurer to swear, from Latin jurare, from jur jus law]: a body of individuals sworn to give a decision on some matter submitted to them; esp: a body of… …   Law dictionary

  • Jury selection — are many methods used to choose the people who will serve on a trial jury. The jury pool is first selected from among the community using a reasonably random method. The prospective jurors are then questioned in court by the judge and/or… …   Wikipedia

  • jury trial — n: a trial in which a jury serves as the trier of fact – called also trial by jury; see also article iii article vi and vii amendments vi and vii to the constitution in the back matter compare bench trial ◇ The right to a jury trial is establish …   Law dictionary

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