Jury (noun)

A body of people sworn to give a true verdict according to the evidence presented in a court of law.

Origin:

From old french juree, from latin iuria "rights, laws", from ius "law".

Examples:

  1. The jury found the defendant guilty of embezzlement.
  2. He was selected to serve on the jury.
  3. The jury deliberated for several days before reaching a verdict.
  4. The jury was composed of 12 people chosen at random from the community.
  5. The jury's decision was final and could not be appealed.
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