Jury [noun]

Definition of Jury:

panel that hears legal matter

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Sentence/Example of Jury:

The first trial ended when the jury was unable to reach a verdict, prompting the judge to declare a mistrial.

These are pretty significant issues and the jury’s out on the answer to all of them.

The newspaper reported a federal grand jury later indicted McDade on a gun charge, and he served a 10-year sentence at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City.

The case is now before a grand jury in Leon County in which Tallahassee is located.

My concern is that Chrome is starting to build out increasing ad awareness into its tech stack as part of a self-proclaimed mission to be the sole judge and jury and policing entity of the ad industry.

The jury is still out on whether the lockdown dented the progress of the virus, but it has certainly damaged the economy.

The police department never acknowledged which officers had fired their guns and a grand jury convened by prosecutors did not indict any of the officers.

In 1883 she served with many distinguished artists on the art jury of the International Exhibition at Amsterdam.

Seven months later Captain Preston and other soldiers implicated in the riot were tried before a Boston jury.

Governor S—— was a splendid lawyer, and could talk a jury out of their seven senses.