A jury trial or trial by jury is a legal proceeding in which a jury either makes a
decision ... or seizure of property—the trial was before a jury of 1,001 to 1,501
dikastai. .... and since th...
The jury convicted respondent, but, at the sentencing phase of the trial, ... Sixth
Amendment right to a jury selected from a fair cross-section of the community. ...
one result or another, a constitutionally impartial jury can be constructed only by
.... from the jury, three were also before this Court when it decided Witherspoon.
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Apr 27, 2012 ... One by one, rights have been enumerated by the Supreme Court as worthy of ....
that the federal government have a “compelling interest” before intruding in ... the
First Amendment guarantees freedom of the press. .... by an impartial jury of the
state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed,.
tencing, the elements of the voir dire process, and the trial court's power to shape
... tal sentencing and guarantees capital defendants the right to pres- ... criminal
defendants an impartial guilt-determining jury but does not apply directly to .... A
man who opposes the death penalty, no less than one who favors it, can make.
May 14, 2008 ... One such field is commercial law, which focuses primarily on sales ... cases is the
size of jury awards when the decision favors the plaintiff. .... After listening to both
parties in a dispute, an impartial person called an ... jury trial proceeding, a
pretrial conference is held before the court to discuss settlement.
Jun 4, 2007 ... First, a criminal defendant has the right to an impartial jury drawn from a venire ...
the trial court gave each side a chance to explain its position and recall the ...
With regard to one juror, defense counsel argued: .... Before the trial court could
ask Brown for a response, the defense .... [Defendant] did neither.
Well before the date of trial, however, Faretta requested that he be permitted to ...
in further proceedings Faretta would receive no special favors.2 Nevertheless,
...... Amendment guarantees to every defendant in a state criminal trial the right to
... If an accused has enjoyed a speedy trial by an impartial jury in which he was ...
The jury convicted respondent, but at the sentencing phase of the trial it rejected
the State's ... not violate the fair-cross-section requirement of the Sixth
Amendment, which applies to jury ... one result or another, a constitutionally
impartial jury can be constructed only by "balancing" ... Neither Witherspoon,
152 (1979); Case Comment, Impartial Jury - Restricting the ... amendment right to
a jury trial in criminal cases binds the states, Duncan v. .... cises its challenges to
jurors seated in the box, the other side exercises its challenges before ...
effectiveness with which the challenge was exercised in one federal court, see
Feb 1, 2008 ... OF CRIMINAL TRIAL PROCEEDINGS IN MARYLAND .... determined that the
question was more one of court administration than judicial .... Committee,
however, that procedures designed to ensure a fair trial before an impartial jury
...... no special benefits on broadcast media and favors neither side in the.