Definition of "impanel"
  1. The process of choosing and assigning a jury for a court case
How to use "impanel" in a sentence
  1. Before the trial could begin, they had to impanel a jury.
  2. The judge decided to impanel a new jury after discovering bias in the current one.
  3. Impaneling a jury was challenging due to the high-profile nature of the case.

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