jury

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} jüri

Jüri bir karara vardı. - The jury has reached a verdict.

Lütfen ne olduğunu jüriye anlatır mısın? - Could you describe to the jury what happened?

juri

Juri onu suçtan beraat ettirdi. - The jury acquitted him of the crime.

(Tıp) Herhangi bir konuda karar verme amacıyla oluşturulmuş kurul, jüri
iğreti
(Kanun) jüri heyeti
yargıcılar kurulu
yarışma jürisi
{i} jüri, seçiciler kurulu, seçici kurul
geçici direk
{s} yedek
{i} seçici kurul
eğreti direği olan
{s} eğreti
juryrigged s
{s} geçici
jury mast yedek direk
eğreti direk
(Kanun) hakem heyeti
hakem kurulu
jury's special award
jüri özel ödülü
jury box
mahkemede jüri mevkii
jury box
jüriye ait mevki
jury mast
eğreti direk
jury mast
yardımcı direk
jury mast
yedek direk
jury rigged
iğreti direği olan
jury system
jüri sistemi
jury charge
(Kanun) Yargıcın jüriyi davada uygulanacak olan kanunlar hakkında bilgilendirmesi
jury charge
jüri görevi
jury duty
jüri görev
jury rig
Jüri teçhizat
jury box
(Kanun) jüri bölümü
jury box
(isim) jürinin yeri
jury box
{i} jürinin yeri
jury of executive opinion
(Ticaret) satış tahmini yöntemi
jury panel
jüri listesi
jury rigged
(Askeri) iğreti direği olan (gemi)
jury rigged
geçici çözüm
jury rigging
geçici çözüm bulma
jury steering gear
(Askeri) geçici dümen donanımı
jury strut
(Havacılık) destek dikmesi
jury tests
(Ticaret) jüri testleri
grand jury
(Kanun) soruşturma kurulu
trial jury
yargıçlar kurulu
trial jury
jüri
blue ribbon jury
üstün nitelikli jüri
charge the jury
jüriyi bilgilendirmek
grand jury
büyük jüri

Büyük jüri, polis memurunu suçlamamaya karar verdi. - The grand jury decided not to indict the police officer.

Büyük jüri Tom'u cinayetle suçladı. - The grand jury indicted Tom for murder.

member of jury
jüri üyesi
petit jury
on kişilik jüri
special jury
özel jüri
hung jury
asılı jüri
grand jury
jüri heyeti
grand jury
jüri

Büyük jüri, polis memurunu suçlamamaya karar verdi. - The grand jury decided not to indict the police officer.

Büyük jüri Tom'u cinayetle suçladı. - The grand jury indicted Tom for murder.

grand jury
huk. büyük jüri, soruşturma kurulu, tahkikat heyeti
hung jury
kararında oybirliğine varamayan jüri
hung jury
(deyim) kararinda oy birligine varamayan juri
petty jury
son kararı veren oniki kişilik jüri heyeti
petty jury
küçük jüri
select a jury
(Kanun) jüri seçmek
waiver of jury
(Kanun) jüri hakkından feragat
waiver of jury trial
(Ticaret) jüri duruşmasından feragat
Englisch - Englisch
A group of judges in a competition
A group of individuals chosen from the general population to hear and decide a case in a court of law
To judge by means of a jury
{n} persons sworn to deliver truth on such evidence as shall be given before them
See Grand jury under Grand, and Inquest
If you say that the jury is out or that the jury is still out on a particular subject, you mean that people in general have still not made a decision or formed an opinion about that subject. The jury is out on whether or not this is true. In law, a body of individuals selected and sworn to inquire into a question of fact and to render a verdict according to the evidence. Juries may deal with questions of law in addition to questions of fact, though federal juries in the U.S. are usually limited to dealing with questions of fact. The modern jury can vary in size depending on the proceeding but usually has either 6 or 12 members. By U.S. law, federal grand juries and petit juries must be "selected at random from a fair cross-section of the community in the district or division wherein the court convenes." State jury selection varies somewhat. The Supreme Court of the United States has stated in a series of decisions that a jury is to be composed of "peers and equals" and that systematic exclusion from a jury of a particular class of people (e.g., on the basis of sex, skin colour, or ancestry) violates the equal-protection clause of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States and the defendant's right to a jury trial. A defendant is not, however, entitled to a jury of any particular composition. See also grand jury; petit jury; voir dire. grand jury petit jury trial jury
a group of citizens sworn to hear testimony and evidence at a trial and decide if the defendant is guilty or not of committing the crime(s)
A certain number of men and women selected according to law and sworn to try a question of fact or indict a person for public offense
A body of men, usually twelve, selected according to law, impaneled and sworn to inquire into and try any matter of fact, and to render their true verdict according to the evidence legally adduced
A group of people chosen by the Crown and defence counsels from a pool of ordinary citizens The jury listens to the evidence, follows the judge’s instructions on how to apply the law, makes findings of fact and decides whether the accused is guilty or not guilty
Persons selected according to law and sworn to inquire into and declare a verdict on matters of fact
In practice A certain number of individuals selected according to law, and sworn to inquire of certain matters of fact, and declare the truth upon evidence to be laid before them
A certain number of persons selected according to law and sworn to inquire into matters of fact and declare the truth about matters laid before them
A group of lay people selected to decide upon issues of fact in legal proceedings A Scottish criminal jury consists of 15 people and may decide by a majority (8) L Label A physical production in a criminal trial, such as a weapon; not documentary evidence, which is referred to as a production
A group of citizens selected according to law and impaneled to determine the issues of fact in a case Grand-A body of citizens whose duties consist of determining whether probable cause exists that a crime has been committed and whether an indictment should be returned (compare Petit Jury) Hung-A jury that is unable to agree on a verdict after a suitable period of deliberation Petit-An ordinary jury for the trial of a criminal or civil action (compare Grand Jury) Special-A jury ordered by the court, on the motion of either party, in cases of unusual importance or intricacy
A body of citizens legally selected and required to hear the facts in a case A jury determines the innocence or guilt of an accused, according to the evidence presented and to the law as stated by the judge
A certain number of persons selected according to law, and sworn to inquire of certain matters of fact, and declare the truth upon evidence laid before them
in a court case a jury is 12 people picked at random and whose job is to decide on the basis of the facts presented to them the outcome of a case - usually a criminal case but occasionally in defamation cases They are not required to know anything about the case or the law relating to it - in fact such knowledge could render them ineligible to be a juror in the matter They will be directed by the judge (see earlier) as to that law which they need to know and also on how they should interpret the information which they have heard In the case of inquests there will only be 9 jurors
A group of citizens selected to determine guilt or innocence of the defendant in a court proceeding
a body of citizens sworn to give a true verdict according to the evidence presented in a court of law
(RWT) Persons selected according to law and sworn to inquire into and declare a verdict on matters of fact
the 4 officials who watch for hits in a dry fencing bout
For temporary use; applied to a temporary contrivance
A group of twelve people who hear evidence and arguments by the prosecution and defense in a case They decide if the accused is guilty or innocent
A certain number of men and women, selected according to law, and sworn to inquire of certain matters of fact, and declare the truth upon evidence laid before them
a body of citizens sworn to give a true verdict according to the evidence presented in a court of law a committee appointed to judge a competition
{s} (Nautical) temporary, makeshift, designed for temporary use
A group of citizens randomly selected from the general population and brought together to assist justice by deciding which version, in their opinion, constitutes "the truth" given different evidence by opposing parties
Persons selected according to law and sworn to inquire into and declare a verdict on matters of fact A petit jury is an ordinary or trial jury, composed of six to 12 persons, which hears either civil or criminal cases
A group of officials who ensure that a competition is run safely and in accordance with the rules
A group of citizens picked according to law and authorized to decide a case Can be: (1) grand, that is, a body of citizens that determines whether probable cause exists that a crime has been committed and whether an indictment should be issued; (2) hung, that is, a jury that can't agree on a verdict after a suitable period of deliberation ; (3) petit (or "trial"), that is, an ordinary jury for the trial of a criminal or civil action; or (4) special, that is, a jury ordered by the court, on the motion of either side, in cases that are unusually important or complicated (See also grand jury, petit jury )
a committee appointed to judge a competition
In a court of law, the jury is the group of people who have been chosen from the general public to listen to the facts about a crime and to decide whether the person accused is guilty or not. The jury convicted Mr Hampson of all offences. the tradition of trial by jury
A certain number of men and women selected according to law, and sworn (jurati) to inquire of certain matters of fact, and declare the truth upon evidence to be laid before them A jury is a body of persons temporarily selected from the citizens of a particular district, and invested with power to present or indict a person for a public offense, or to try a question of fact
{f} judge by means of a jury; evaluate by way of a jury; judge an art exhibit; choose material as proper and suitable for exhibition (in an art show for example)
a group of 12 citizens who stay in a trial and decide if the accused person is guilty or not guity
A committee for determining relative merit or awarding prizes at an exhibition or competition; as, the art jury gave him the first prize
A jury is a group of people who choose the winner of a competition. I am not surprised that the Booker Prize jury included it on their shortlist. = panel
{i} group of persons who are chosen to hear evidence and render a verdict in a court of law; panel of judges, judging committee (as in a contest)
A collection of people banded together for the purpose of deciding who has hired the better lawyer
jury box
The area in a courtroom wherein the jury is seated during a trial
jury boxes
plural form of jury box
jury duty
A period of time during which a person is obliged to be a member of a panel of people who may be called as members of one or more juries

I can't come to work next week as I am on jury duty and I can't get out of it.

jury is out
An outcome or decision is still unknown and awaited

The jury is out as to whether there is life anywhere else in the universe.

jury nullification
an acquittal by a jury of a defendant ignoring the facts of the case and/or the law

The prosecutor thought he lost the case, not due to the creation of reasonable doubt, but due to jury nullification.

jury panel
A group of people from which a certain number are selected to sit on a jury
jury pool
the eligible population from which jury members can be selected
jury pools
plural form of jury pool
jury rigs
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jury rig
jury rigs
plural form of jury rig
jury trial
: A legal process in which the guilt or liability of a party is determined by a jury, a group of citizens selected from the local population
jury trials
: Plural of jury trial
jury-rig
To make an improvised rigging or assembly from whatever is available
jury-rig
To create a makeshift, ad hoc solution from resources at hand
jury-rig
An improvised rigging
jury-rigged
Simple past tense and past participle of jury-rig
jury-rigged
improvised from whatever is available
jury of one's peers
(Fizik) A guaranteed right of criminal defendants, in which "peer" means an "equal."
jury charge
(Kanun) The judge's instructions to the jurors on the law that applies in a case and definitions of the relevant legal concepts. These instructions may be complex and are often pivotal in a jury's discussions
jury-rigged
(of a ship) having makeshift rigging
jury-rigged
makeshift; improvised
jury box
{i} area in a courtroom where the jury sits
jury box
an enclosure within a courtroom for the jury
jury box
the place where the jury sits in a court
jury duty
the civic duty to serve on a jury
jury mast
a temporary mast to replace one that has broken off
jury mast
A temporary mast, in place of one that has been carried away, or broken
jury mast
An apparatus to support the trunk and head in spinal disease
jury mast
(Nautical) temporary mast that is placed to replace a mast that has broken off
jury rig
{i} makeshift mast and yards
jury service
'jury .duty a period of time during which you must be part of a jury
jury system
a legal system for determining the facts at issue in a law suit
jury tribunal
judgment made by a jury
grand jury
A group of citizens assembled by the government to hear evidence against an accused, and determine whether an indictment for a crime should be brought
hung jury
A jury in a legal trial which is unable to reach a verdict because jurors are unable to agree

The prosecution re-filed charges less than an after a mistrial was declared due to a hung jury.

juried
Overseen by a jury
petit jury
A regular trial jury, assembled to determine criminal or civil liability
the jury is still out
The issue has not yet been decided

As far as I'm concerned, the jury is still out on whether that was a good idea.

blue-ribbon jury
A jury whose members have been selected for their special qualifications, such as higher education, that supposedly enable them to deal with complex legal issues. Also called blue-ribbon panel, special jury
foreman of the jury
person who stands at the head of the jurors which determine the final outcome of a legal criminal trial
grand jury
a jury to inquire in accusations of crime and to evaluate the grounds for indictments
grand jury
A grand jury is a jury, usually in the United States, which considers a criminal case in order to decide if someone should be tried in a court of law. They have already given evidence before a grand jury in Washington. A jury of 12 to 23 persons convened in private session to evaluate accusations against persons charged with crime and to determine whether the evidence warrants a bill of indictment. a group of people in the US who decide whether someone charged with a crime should be judged in a court of law juror. Jury that examines accusations against persons suspected of committing a crime and, if the evidence warrants it, issues formal charges on which the accused are later tried (see indictment). It does not decide guilt or innocence, only whether there is "probable cause" to believe that a person committed a crime. Public officials (prosecutors and police) provide information and summon witnesses for the jury. The proceedings are usually secret. Some U.S. states have abolished the grand jury and authorize indictments by prosecutors
grand jury
jury which decides whether the available evidence warrants bringing an accused person to trial
hung jury
a jury that is unable to agree on a verdict (the result is a mistrial)
hung jury
A jury that is unable to agree on a verdict. a jury that cannot agree whether someone is guilty of a crime
hung jury
jury that cannot reach a unanimous verdict in a legal trial, jury that is unable to arrive at a unanimous decision
juries
plural of jury
petit jury
A group of citizens who hear the evidence presented by both sides at trial and determine the facts in dispute Federal criminal juries consist of 12 persons Federal civil juries consist of six persons
petit jury
(RWT) A group of citizens who hear the evidence presented by both sides at trial and determine the facts in dispute Federal criminal juries consist of 12 persons Federal civil juries consist of six persons
petit jury
a jury of 12 to determine the facts and decide the issue in civil or criminal proceedings
petit jury
A six or twelve member panel which meet in a public forum to hear evidence presented by adversarial parties, decide the merits of the case and possibly to decide a punishment in a criminal case or award damages in a civil case Jury members cannot ask questions
petit jury
The ordinary trial jury of twelve persons whose duty it is to find facts as opposed to the grand jury whose duty it is to return an indictment A group of citizens who hear the evidence presented by both sides at trial and determine the facts in dispute Federal criminal juries consist of 12 persons Federal civil juries consist of six persons: http: //www lectlaw com/def2/p309 htm/
petit jury
a jury of 12 (or fewer) persons for the trial of a civil or criminal case
petit jury
      Ordinary jury convened in criminal or civil trials Not the grand jury
petit jury
jury made up of fewer members than a regular jury
petit jury
The ordinary jury of twelve (or fewer) persons for the trial of a civil or criminal case So called to distinguish it from the grand jury
petit jury
or trial jury Group chosen from the citizens of a district to try a question of fact at issue in a trial. Though petit juries in England and the U.S. historically have contained 12 members, there is no uniform number. Numerical requirements for a valid verdict vary (e.g., unanimity in most courts in the U.S., a majority in Scotland and Italy, two-thirds in Portugal). The petit jury is the standard jury for civil and criminal trials. It has less discretion than is often imagined. The trial judge supervises it, rules on what evidence it may view and which laws are applicable, and sometimes directs or, at the end of the trial, sets aside its verdict. See also grand jury
petit jury
A group of citizens who hear the evidence presented by both sides at trial and determine the facts in dispute
petty jury
Variant of petit jury
petty jury
a jury of 12 to determine the facts and decide the issue in civil or criminal proceedings
right to speedy and public trial by jury
a civil right guaranteed by the 6th amendment to the United States constitution
special jury
a jury whose members are selected for special knowledge for a case involving complicated issues
special jury
{i} jury whose members have special qualifications and are well educated people who are selected by the court for a case that involves difficult issues
struck jury
A jury, especially a special jury, selected from an original panel of 48 members from which each party strikes off names until the list is reduced to the required number
trial jury
group of citizens who listen to a trial and make the decision on a case
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von jury im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

juri
jury

The jury acquitted him of the crime. - Juri onu suçtan beraat ettirdi.

juri
country
jury

    Silbentrennung

    ju·ry

    Türkische aussprache

    cûri

    Aussprache

    /ˈʤo͝orē/ /ˈʤʊriː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'jur-E ] (noun.) 15th century. From Anglo-Norman juree, from Medieval Latin iūrāta, from Latin iūrō (“swear or take an oath”).

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