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The act of the clerk of the court in making up a list of the jurors who have been selected for the trial of a particular cause. All the steps of ascertaining who shall be the proper jurors to sit in the trial of a particular case up to the final formation.


v. to select and install a jury. (See: impaneling, jury)


verb catalog, enter, enumerate, itemize, list, record, register, schedule
Associated concepts: impanel a jury

TO IMPANEL, practice. The writing the names of a jury on a schedule, by the sheriff or other officer lawfully authorized.

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Citing a 1948 Supreme Court decision, Garre compared the two Americans to Japanese war criminals who were denied the right to habeas because they had been convicted by an international tribunal -- albeit one impaneled by U.
To begin, a permanent clinical practice committee should be impaneled as a subcommittee of the QAAC with an initial purpose of identifying the process and setting the timeline for making the transition to evidence-based practice.
The MacArthur Foundation has long supported efforts to fashion an integrated system of international justice that includes the International Criminal Court, regional human rights courts and commissions, and special tribunals impaneled by the UN.
Eventually, a special strike force was mobilized solely to fight premium fraud, and the state prosecutor even impaneled a statewide grand jury to hear complex insurance fraud schemes such as premium fraud.
Mayor David Dinkins impaneled the Mollen Commission to see if the problems went deeper than Dowd.
Massachusetts has no exemptions, but everyone who appears for jury service has an opportunity to speak to a judge prior to being impaneled to request to be excused if jury service would impose an undue hardship upon them," the jury commissioner said.
The Supreme Court appeal was filed last week, alleging that the Grand Jury's presentment and the acceptance of it by Supervising Judge Todd Hoover removes the jurisdictional hurdles that previously prevented the Supreme Court from hearing the merits of the matter -- specifically, that the Grand Jury was improperly impaneled, that it operated beyond the limits of the Grand Jury Act, and that the repeated leaks of information about Grand Jury activities to the press so unfairly prejudiced DeNaples that the charges against him must be dismissed.
Hogg can be incarcerated as long as the grand jury is impaneled, not to exceed 18 months.
The claim that more victims haven't come forward in Pittsburgh is more likely attributed to these arbitrary limits under the law and the fact that other prosecutors have not impaneled a grand jury, as Philadelphia prosecutors did, rather than the suggestion that less children were abused in that diocese," said Serrano.
Long recesses while the lawyers debated evidentiary matters with the court were particularly frustrating because we believed these matters should have been addressed before the jury was impaneled.
It is, at this writing, the only committee to be formed and impaneled, which gives you an idea of the importance of the issue to the legislative leadership.
She refused to say whether a grand jury has been impaneled to look into allegations of sexual abuse by priests.