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legal used about someone who is taking a case to court because they have been treated unfairly. An aggrieved person is also known as the injured party.
someone who appeals against a decision of a court of law
legal a refusal to accept someone as a member of a jury
legal to refuse to accept someone as a member of a jury
legal someone who brings a legal case against someone else in a court of law. The person against whom the case is brought is called the defendant.
the people in a court, especially the judge and jury
legal the person who is chosen to be the leader of a jury and to tell the court what decision the jury has reached
legal a woman who is chosen to be the leader of a jury
a jury that cannot reach a decision about whether someone is guilty
a group of people, usually 12, who judge a court case. Members of a jury are ordinary members of the public: can be followed by a singular or plural verb
British the obligation to be part of a jury in a court, or time spent doing this
legal if a judge misdirects a jury, he gives them the wrong information or instructions
someone who brings a legal case against someone else in a court of law. The person against whom the case is brought is called the defendant.
an unreliable witness is someone whose evidence is unlikely to be accepted in a court of law
a combination of a hotdog and a hamburger in a specially designed bread bunBuzzWord Article
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