blue ribbon jury

Definition of "blue ribbon jury"
  1. A group of individuals with advanced education or special training, utilized in intricate civil cases or to examine presumed government corruption
How to use "blue ribbon jury" in a sentence
  1. The complex wrongful death lawsuit called for a blue ribbon jury due to the medical expertise required.
  2. To investigate the suspected corruption within the city council, a blue ribbon jury was empaneled.
  3. Due to the nature of financial litigation, it often calls for a blue ribbon jury with members knowledgeable about the financial market.

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