select jurors

See: empanel
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Thus, the historical tendency to select jurors for their knowledge,
59) Because of this federal law, and its influence in state systems, most courts randomly select jurors from specific lists of official government records.
The move brought Texas another step closer to scrapping the "pick-a-pal" method in which judge-appointed commissioners select jurors, an uncommon practice nationwide.
8) Moreover, "[t]he process to select jurors should endeavor to select jurors who are not only free from prejudice, but who are also free from the suspicion of prejudice.
As long as you select jurors who can read, write and are able to follow proceedings I still have faith in the jury system.
With an understanding of the panel's attitudes and experiences, you will be better equipped to select jurors receptive to your case.
Casual validation provides for some appearance of validity but offers no scientific evidence that anyone involved can select jurors at better than chance.
Expert systems are being developed to help attorneys select jurors for specific types of cases.