jury fees

Definition of "jury fees"
  1. The small sum paid daily to jurors for their service in a trial, funded by the government in criminal trials and shared by litigation parties in civil cases, with the usual expectation of reimbursement by the winning side
How to use "jury fees" in a sentence
  1. She served in court for five days, and her jury fees were barely enough to cover her expenses.
  2. The corporation had to pay the jury fees upfront in the civil suit.
  3. After winning the case, his expenses, including the jury fees, were reimbursed.

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