Juries in the Crown Court

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There is no right to hand pick the jury for a racial balance for example

Jury members can be challenged by the D or P for a reason such as the D knows them

About 60 randomly chosen jury members per week per Crown court are then sent summons instructing them to attend court for a period of 10 working days, failure to attend is a criminal offence

When the JCSB receive the forms any citizens who are disqualified or excused are taken out of the process

12 Jury members are then chosen by the same process and sworn in on the case

The whole jury can be challenged for bias by the D or P

The summons contains a form which must be completed with space for excuses, criminal records and any other relevant information to be sent to the JCSB within 2 weeks

15 jury members are chosen at random for each trial known as a jury in waiting

Each Crown Court has a jury clerk responsible for allocating jury members to trials

Occasionally a citizen with extreme political views will receive vetting in which police will complete further checks and then the JCSB will decide whether to disqualify them or not.


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