Definition of "non-jury"
  1. Refers to a legal case where a judge or another judicial officer, such as a magistrate, hears and makes the decision without the involvement of a jury
How to use "non-jury" in a sentence
  1. The defendant opted to have a non-jury trial due to the complexities of the case.
  2. The judge decided to proceed with a non-jury trial because the defendant waived their right to a jury trial.
  3. In some situations, a non-jury trial can be more efficient and faster than a trial with a jury.

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