jury stress

Definition of "jury stress"
  1. The mental and physical strain experienced by juries during long trials, brought on by fatigue, seclusion, overwhelming evidence, and the pressure of reaching a correct verdict
How to use "jury stress" in a sentence
  1. The high-profile case resulted in significant jury stress due to its length and complexity.
  2. Continuous long hours of deliberations can often induce jury stress.
  3. The judge called an early recess to alleviate the jury stress.

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