As Justice Scalia noted in reference to peremptory challenges, "[t]he 'representativeness' constitutionally required at the venire
stage can be disrupted at the jury-panel stage." (191) All that is required post-venire is that "in the process of selecting the petit jury the prosecution and defense will compete on an equal basis." (192) That each side may act with equal irrationality does not disturb the constitutionality of peremptory challenges.
The dark grey bar on the left represents black venire
This subsection addresses the positives and negatives of a big data infused jury venire
(185) He argued that, although the Sixth Amendment forbids the government from "stack [ing] the deck" by eliminating certain groups from the venire
, once both sides operate on a fair playing field, they can exercise peremptory challenges with impunity.
names on the one other extant special jury venire
facias, which the
While courts pick through the web of legal questions that have and will continue to infect Sixth Amendment analysis, it is worth explicitly considering if the venire
is sufficient to satisfy public trial concerns.
Em muitas situacoes, por sua formulacao extremamente aberta, sua aplicacao nos casos concretos assemelha se ao venire
contra factum proprium, em outras mais propriamente ao tu quoque.
An 'event' is something which 'comes,' since the word is derived from the Latin venire
(come), whereas Latin currere (run) yields 'occur.'
The trial judge removed four venire
members against whom AnMed held judgments but denied the request to remove other venire
members whose debts to AnMed were allegedly in default.
The term voir dire derives from the Latin phrase verum dicere, literally meaning "to speak the truth." (1) In American jurisprudence, voir dire has come to mean the pretrial questioning of venire
members during which a judge or party is given the opportunity to ask the prospective jurors questions in an attempt to reveal their personal tendencies and possible biases.