address to the jury

See: charge
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
In her address to the jury before they deliberated, the judge said the evidence was circumstantial in nature.
However, in an initial address to the jury, Richard Pratt, QC, defending Buckley, said the dad-of-two was, in fact, at home with his girlfriend all evening and there was no witness, DNA or CCTV footage connecting him to the crime scene.
In 1984, he was awarded the Sir Cyril De Soyza Gold Medal for being runner up at the Address to the Jury competition.
Concluding his closing address to the jury, Matthew Corbett Jones, Get the latest North Wales news at northwales-live.co.uk prosecuting, said Roberts must have known he was exposing customers to risk "at the very least".
At the end of her opening address to the jury, Ms Moore said of Hepburn: "The 'score' that he hoped to make may well help you in the explanation as to what he was doing to her.
Stephen Thomas, for Mr Alam, in his closing address to the jury, said that if they had any doubts at all they must acquit him.
In a final address to the jury, Mr Justice Talbot said: "Of course, there can be no doubt about it that these facts create grave suspicion against this man who was the owner of the car, and who drove it to the place where it was burned.
In his opening address to the jury, he said: "We submit its extremely likely if not almost certain [sex] occurred when she was dead."
Carroll has suggested through his barrister that an accomplice in the burglary was responsible for the sex attack on the pensioner, but during her opening address to the jury, prosecutor, Kitty Taylor described such an assertion as "fanciful and fabricated".
In his final address to the jury, prosecutor Nuttall told them: "Mrs Schuster stood to gain financially with her husband out of the way and there was no doubt the divorce was going to cost her millions.
In an opening address to the jury, Mr Wood said the married father-of-two, from Brunton Lane, Gosforth, Newcastle, was on trial for his "thoughts and beliefs" and his only actions amounted to talking to his brother on a computer.
In an opening address to the jury, Mr Wood said the married father-of-two was on trial for his "thoughts and beliefs" and his only actions amounted to talking to his brother on a computer.

Full browser ?