Jury

Jury, a body of citizens set to try a question of fact, or to assess damages; in England and Ireland a jury numbers 12, and its verdict must be unanimous; in Scotland the verdict is by majority, and the jury numbers 12 in civil and 15 in criminal cases.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Jura * Jussieu, Antoine Laurent de
Junk
Junker
Juno
Junot, Andoche, Duc d'Abrantes
Junto
Jupiter
Jupiter
Jupiter Carlyle
Jupiter Scapin
Jura
Jury
Jussieu, Antoine Laurent de
Justice
Justice, Bed of
Justiciary Court
Justin
Justinian I.
Justinian Pandects
Jutland
Juvenal
Juxon, William

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