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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strike_for_cause

Strike for cause is a method of eliminating potential members from a jury panel in the United ... However, also unlike a peremptory challenge, a strike for cause must state a specific reason (in the example above, the reason would be the juror's ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peremptory_challenge

In English and American law, the right of peremptory challenge is a right in jury selection for the attorneys to reject a certain number of potential jurors without stating a reason. Other potential jurors may be challenged for cause, i.e. by giving a good ...

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challenge for cause. n. a request that a prospective juror be dismissed because there is a specific and forceful reason to believe the person cannot be fair, ...

www.law.cornell.edu/wex/challenge_for_cause

A challenge that aims to disqualify a potential juror for some stated reason. Typical reasons include bias, prejudice, or prior knowledge that would prevent ...

www.duhaime.org/LegalDictionary/C/ChallengeforCause.aspx

The legal definition of Challenge for Cause is A challenge of a prospective juror for which the cause is disclosed by the challenging party (or their lawyer), and ...

legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/challenge+for+cause

Definition of challenge for cause in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. What is challenge for cause? Meaning of ...

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Challenge for cause defined and explained with examples. A request to dismiss a prospective juror because it is felt that he cannot be fair and unbiased.

definitions.uslegal.com/c/challenge-for-cause

A challenge for cause is a request that a prospective juror be dismissed because there is a specific reason to believe the person cannot be fair, unbiased or ...

www.nolo.com/dictionary/challenge-for-cause-term.html

Potential bias is a common reason potential jurors are challenged for cause -- for example, the potential juror is a relative of a party or one of the lawyers, ...