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When you have [agreed on your verdict[s]] [finished filling out the form[s]], your foreperson must write the date and sign it at the bottom and return the verdict[s] to the bailiff.
The foreperson said, "There were very heated debates [in the jury room] because there was no direct testimony--everything was on paper.
Arkansas, (116) which involved a process not known in New York, where the foreperson of a jury "informally" advises the court of its interim results.
The court noted that the trial judge conducted the initial voir dire in which the foreperson assured him that she would not allow her professional background to be substituted for the evidence presented by the witnesses: was present during the trial, observed the witnesses: and heard their testimony.
1993) (noting that "appellate review of a trial court's improper use of a court clerk 'to instruct' the jury foreperson concerning the verdict sheet would not be precluded by a defendant's failure to object thereto," but declining to undertake review in the absence of a proper record).
supra note 30, at 145 (finding that defendant and foreperson race does not predict acquittal under any type of evidentiary condition).
REMOVAL men and women work in small teams of between two to six, led by a foreperson, who is also usually the driver.
122 (2006) (arguing that court officials, implicitly biased because of the model minority stereotype, believed that Asian Americans were not good forepersons because they were not good leaders); see also Benson, supra note 135, at 47 (hypothesizing that a judge who accepted prejudiced stereotypes of Asian Americans as "introverted and timid" would not select a Chinese American foreperson).
The shop foreperson plans and coordinates all the activities of shop workers.
Instead, the juror serves on the jury, becomes the foreperson, and signs a verdict to convict you.