juror juror  /ˈdʒʊ rər/


  • (n) someone who serves (or waits to be called to serve) on a jury



  1. One Jewish juror was chosen, Benjamin Glick, 60, who runs a clothing business.
  2. Then he angrily declared a mistrial and sentenced the surprised juror to 30 days for contempt of court.
  3. Fellow juror and business owner Wendy Vaughn said it was the duty of Skilling and Lay to know what was going on.


  1. Potential juror dismissed as lawyers move forward in Trayvon Martin shooting case

    Lawyers in the George Zimmerman trial interviewed four more potential jurors Wednesday, dismissing one young man after he suggested he couldn’t be fair toward the defendant.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Miami Herald

  2. What makes a good juror in the Zimmerman trial?

    Jury selection went into its second day on Tuesday with lawyers on both sides looking for that elusive perfect juror.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: GlobalPost

  3. Juror not picked for Whitey Bulger case describes tense atmosphere during selection process

    Now that the final jury has been selected for the federal trial of alleged gangleader James “Whitey” Bulger, details are emerging of what the experience was like for those in the jury pool. “There were a lot of people chewing on fingernails, a lot of tension,” said Marcia Pereira, a 50-year-old property manager from Medway who was dismissed from the first group of more than 200 potential jurors ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Boston Globe


  1. Stevens noted that in this case, "the juror struck for cause was not even an opponent of the death penalty."
    on Jun 4, 2007 By: John Paul Stevens Source: Washington Post

  2. "I've always taken the position that I'm not trying to be the 13th juror; I'm trying to be a backstop," Bredesen told The Associated Press on Friday. "The judicial system just kind of broke down."
    on Sep 14, 2007 By: Phil Bredesen Source: International Herald Tribune

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