How Is the Jury Foreman Selected?

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A jury foreman is a member of a jury who is chosen by either the jury or the judge of a criminal case to represent the jury in a court session. This jury foreman needs to be responsible, of good moral character, familiar with being a jury and be articulate and a good communicator.
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