polling of jury

Definition of "polling of jury"
  1. An act where each juror is individually asked if they agree with the declared verdict of a case they've just adjudicated
How to use "polling of jury" in a sentence
  1. After the unanimous verdict was read, the defense attorney asked for polling of jury.
  2. Before the court could adjourn, a polling of jury was requested to ensure every juror agreed with the outcome.
  3. The polling of jury revealed a discrepancy between the verdict and one juror's personal judgment.

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