Definition of 'jury'

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The case will now go before a grand jury. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He denied causing death by careless driving but a jury convicted him. The Sun (2016)The pellet remains lodged inside his skull and he still suffers daily seizures, the jury heard. The Sun (2017)The jury in Basingstoke heard there were only three to four seconds between the driver seeing him and hitting him. The Sun (2017)A Reading crown court jury found him guilty of attempted murder. The Sun (2017)Rangers' 11 league rivals were allowed to become judge and jury. The Sun (2016)Do not forget that he is not the judge or jury; he merely suggests that there is a case to answer for a disciplinary tribunal. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When questioned claimed that he was serving on a fraud case jury. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The divorcee thanked the local crown court jury. The Sun (2016)You do not have to pay him while he is on jury service. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Now all that is left is for the jury to deliver a verdict. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This means that a jury award of punitive damages represents an uninsured risk. Christianity Today (2000)There was also evidence of jury misconduct. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He may now face a trial for a jury to decide how much he took. The Sun (2007)In recent years it has also attempted to become moral judge and jury of the nation. The Sun (2012)All pleaded not guilty and were convicted after a jury trial. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The jury listened to their accounts and decided that they were both lying. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The conflicted insurance companies will end up being judge and jury in these cases. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She had urged him to resist jury service. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It also somehow allows the jury to choose projects that can be more daring than most permanent public art. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The looting that has followed the judgment of the grand jury adds a depressing coda to a sorry affair. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Members could access albums long before they were officially released in the shops, the jury heard. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The common law and jury system became the heart of British justice. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He denied the offence but was found guilty by a Caernarfon crown court jury. The Sun (2014) People 's juries for bankers would be very popular. Times, Sunday Times (2010)

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British English: jury /ˈdʒʊərɪ/ NOUN
In a court of law, the jury is the group of people who have been chosen from the general public to listen to the facts about a crime and to decide whether the person accused is guilty or not.
I sat on a jury two years ago.
  • American English: jury
  • Arabic: الـمُحَلَّفُونَ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: júri
  • Chinese: 陪审团
  • Croatian: porota
  • Czech: porota
  • Danish: jury
  • Dutch: jury
  • European Spanish: jurado
  • Finnish: valamiehistö
  • French: jury
  • German: Geschworene
  • Greek: σώμα ενόρκων
  • Italian: giuria
  • Japanese: 陪審
  • Korean: 배심
  • Norwegian: jury
  • Polish: sąd przysięgłych
  • European Portuguese: júri
  • Romanian: juriu
  • Russian: присяжные
  • Spanish: jurado
  • Swedish: jury
  • Thai: คณะลูกขุน
  • Turkish: jüri
  • Ukrainian: журі
  • Vietnamese: bồi thẩm đoàn


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