special jury

Definition of "special jury"
  1. A group of jurors chosen specifically for their deeper understanding or expertise, typically assembled for adjudicating complex issues of fact or serious felonies based on a party's necessity
How to use "special jury" in a sentence
  1. The defense requested a special jury as the case dealt with rare genetic engineering patents which required a specialized understanding.
  2. In serious felony cases, the judge may decide to convene a special jury to ensure a just judgment.
  3. Engaging a special jury can sometimes add more clarity and depth to complex trials.

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