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    Shelly Horton and Brendan Jones join the TODAY team for Jury.

  • Jury Convicts Kendall Jenner's Trespasser -

    Sources report a jury acquitted a man of stalking celebrity Kendall Jenner and instead convicted him of trespassing at her secluded California home. The jury of five ...

  • Jury Selection Begins for Case of Slain Football Player

    Jury selection has begun in the trial of Cardell Hayes. The 29-year-old stands accused of second degree murder for the death of retired NFL player Will Smith, and ...

  • Jury Selection Begins for Trial of Slain Football Player

    Jury selection has begun in the trial related to the death of a former New Orleans Saints defensive end. At least 130 potential jurors will be screened as prosecutors ...

  • Search Results for 'jury duty' - MSN duty

    Even Taylor Swift has to do her civic duty. Tay was spotted fronting up to jury duty in Nashville, Tennessee, where she let fans take selfies with her.

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  • Jury - Wikipedia

    A jury is a sworn body of people convened to render an impartial verdict (a finding of fact on a question) officially submitted to them by a court, or to set a ...

  • Jury trial - Wikipedia

    A jury trial, or trial by jury, is a legal proceeding in which a jury makes a decision or findings of fact, which then direct the actions of a judge.

  • Jury legal definition of jury - Legal Dictionary

    Jury. In trials, a group of people who are selected and sworn to inquire into matters of fact and to reach a verdict on the basis of the evidence presented to them.

  • Jury | Define Jury at

    Jury definition, a group of persons sworn to render a verdict or true answer on a question or questions officially submitted to them. See more.

  • Jury service - GOV.UK

    The jury service will be as close as possible to where you live. The court won’t pay you to do jury service, but you can claim expenses such as food, drink and travel.

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