jury : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a body of citizens sworn to give a true verdict according to the evidence presented in a court of law
- n a committee appointed to judge a competition
- Testimony begins in front of a grand jury in the investigation into whether the identity of CIA operative Valerie Plame was improperly leaked to the press.
- One of the 11 jurors in Lewis Libby's perjury trial describes how they arrived at a guilty verdict.
- The jury was told he could be found guilty if he was suspicious of fraud but consciously avoided finding out.
- Isiah Thomas in 940 News
I'm innocent, very innocent, and I did not do the things she has accused me in this courtroom of doing,Thomas said. "I'm extremely disappointed that the jury did not see the facts in this case. I will appeal this, and I remain confident in...
- Don Johnson in NBC Dallas-Fort Worth
It was my idea, and I owned the rights in the first place,Johnson said in a statement. "From the beginning, I have asked only that Rysher honor our contract, and I am so pleased that the jury agreed with me."
- Nicole Brown Simpson in 940 News
This is what we expected,Simpson told The Associated Press before he left the courtroom. "If I have any disappointment it's that I wish a jury was here. As always, I rely on the jury system."