Definition of "jury-waived"
  1. Pertains to a legal proceeding where participants have chosen to forgo a judgment made by a jury
How to use "jury-waived" in a sentence
  1. The defendant preferred a jury-waived trial knowing that the nuances of the case might be better understood by a single judge.
  2. Considering the complexity of the case, the attorney decided to opt for a jury-waived trial.
  3. In a jury-waived trial, the judge takes on the role of determining facts and making the final decision.

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