struck jury

Definition of "struck jury"
  1. A type of jury, obtained from a preliminary group of typically forty people, where both parties' attorneys eliminate potential jurors alternately until a predetermined number, often twelve, is achieved
How to use "struck jury" in a sentence
  1. The struck jury was finally formed after a long selection process in which each side had alternately eliminated unsuitable candidates.
  2. Due to the high-profile nature of the case, a struck jury was employed to safeguard the fair trial process.
  3. The attorneys diligently worked on the selection of a struck jury to ensure a balanced and impartial evaluation of the case.

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