Definition of SPECIAL JURY.


SPECIAL JURY.

One selected in a particular way by the parties. A
pannel is made out, and each party is entitled to strike from it the names of a
certain number of jurors, as provided for by the local statutes, and from those
who remain, the jury in that case must be selected. This is also called a
struck jury.




Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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