присяжный заседатель; член жюри; присягающий ; человек, принесший клятву; человек, принесший присягу
- But surely the job of the juror is to assess the credibility of the witness in the box.
- One elderly juror, whose house had burned down eight months before North appeared, said she tuned in a little to the hearings as she tried to sort everything out, but "it was just like I was focussing on "The Three Stooges" or something."
- If challenged to justify why blacks are struck from the jury, prosecutors offer the most ridiculous reasons - "he looked dumb", "he lived in the same part of town as the defendant" (most blacks live in the same part of town), "he was a mason and I was worried about masonic links" (the prospective juror was a stone mason by profession).
- Security has been tight at the court, but there has been one threat against a juror, a bomb threat against the judge and now the firebombing directed at a key witness.
- One woman juror winked at Liberace as she returned for the verdict.
- On the day itself, Norman Mailer, then a juror at the Cannes film festival, was asked what he thought of the movies on offer.
- A JUROR miffed that his 1.20 travelling expenses were not being paid was sacked from an Old Bailey case yesterday.
- Juror sacked for expenses whinge
- A juror's duty is to make an assessment on evidence available at the time.
- A JUDGE was forced to scrap a lengthy criminal trial after a woman juror claimed she had been threatened with the sack.
- Woman juror forces rape case retrial
- A RAPE trial was halted yesterday after a female juror complained there were not enough women on the panel.
- As a juror, would you find that a defendant had committed a serious crime on such a basis?