jury box

Definitions of "jury box"
  1. An enclosed area within a courtroom designated for the seating of a jury during a trial
  2. A container used for selecting the names of potential jury members randomly
How to use "jury box" in a sentence
  1. The jury box had twelve seats, each filled with a member of the jury for the trial.
  2. The court clerk drew a name from the jury box to determine who would be the next potential juror.
  3. She carefully studied the jury box, trying to read the expressions of the jurors.

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