Juror



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Definition of Juror

A juror is a neutral party who is selected from the community where a civil or criminal trial is to be held. The United States Constitution provides for the right of criminal defendants to have a trial by jury, although in certain cases the accused may choose to have their case tried in front of a judge instead of a jury.



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