grand juror

Definition of "grand juror"
  1. An individual who is part of a grand jury, which is a group of people summoned to assess the validity of an accusation before trial
How to use "grand juror" in a sentence
  1. The grand juror was selected from a pool of eligible citizens to serve on a grand jury.
  2. As a duty of citizenship, one might be summoned to serve as a grand juror.
  3. The role of the grand juror includes determining whether there is enough evidence to go to trial.

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