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jury box

n
(Law) an enclosure where the jury sit in court
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.jury box - an enclosure within a courtroom for the juryjury box - an enclosure within a courtroom for the jury
box - separate partitioned area in a public place for a few people; "the sentry stayed in his box to avoid the cold"
courtroom, court - a room in which a lawcourt sits; "television cameras were admitted in the courtroom"
Translations

jury box

nbanco dei giurati
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We take our seats in what would have been the jury box, not far from what remains of the dock which is now the bar.
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Before it was taken to the jury box a police officer, a member of the armed response team, checked and double-checked the weapon was safe.
The room was turned into a theatre as scenes were played out in the dock, jury box, lawyers' desk and other areas.
The room was reinvented as a theatre as scenes were played out in the dock, jury box, lawyers' desk and other areas.
The bad news: A man and a woman who sat in the jury box through three weeks of his trial said they would have voted him guilty or were leaning that way.
The firm has distinguished itself by building reproductions of actual courtrooms in its offices complete with judge's bench, jury box and tables for the plaintiff and defendant.
The artwork depicts a jury box filled with people representing the concept of a "jury of your peers."<br />It was, Pugay said, an educational experience for students and teachers alike.
The jury box will be made available for members of the press who want to observe proceedings in the courtroom but they must place their devices in the provided storage first.
This iconic Grade II* listed building has just come on the market and includes the internal court complete with holding cells, witness box, defendant dock, jury box and judge's bench.
The proper place to litigate the wisdom of such actions should be at the ballot box, not in the jury box. Even if it were to turn out that the Trump campaign collaborated, colluded or cooperated with Russian agents, that alone would not be a crime, unless the campaign asked them or helped them to commit criminal acts such as hacking.