jury-packing

ju′ry-pack`ing



n.
the practice of contriving that the majority of those chosen for a jury in a particular case will tend to favor one side or the other.
[1865–70]
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c) In spite of the jury-packing, the report of the IRP obviously still did not please the BSM management.
for Cuyahoga County, said, "Now I'm going to be a lot more careful in jury selection." Of course, juries should be selected by lot, with no challenges, which would settle Telep's jury-packing proclivities.