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Another word for jury

      1. The bench where a judge or other presiding judicial officer sits in court.
      2. A seat or bench upon which a judge or judges sit in a court
      3. A committee or board appointed to adjudicate in a particular matter.
      1. (Proper) A book of the Bible telling the history of the Jews from the death of Joshua to the birth of Samuel
      1. An insulated board, or flat surface, for instruments or controls, as of an electric circuit, airplane, etc.
      2. A board having switches or buttons to control an electric device.
      3. A painting on such a board.
      1. A group of persons who manage or control a business, school system, etc.; council
      2. Food or meals considered as a whole:
      3. (Electronics) circuit board
      1. A special jury of a statutory number of citizens, usually more than 12, that investigates accusations against persons charged with crime and indicts them for trial before a petit jury if there is sufficient evidence
      2. A jury convened to determine if there is sufficient evidence to warrant the indictment of a suspected offender. A federal grand jury consists of between 16 and 23 persons and is required by the Fifth Amendment to the US Constitution before a person can be indicted for a serious criminal offense under federal law.
      1. A group of twelve citizens picked to weigh the evidence in and decide the issues of a trial in court