jury of one's peers

Definition of "jury of one's peers"
  1. The constitutional right that ensures criminal defendants are tried by an impartial group from the same geographical jurisdiction, consisting of a broad representation of the population, irrespective of their race, national origin, and gender
How to use "jury of one's peers" in a sentence
  1. She has the right to a jury of one's peers to carry out her trial.
  2. Every citizen ensures a fair trial, including a jury of one's peers.
  3. Exclusion of any group from a jury of one's peers can be seen as a violation of constitutional rights.

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