To strike a jury

Definition of To strike a jury

(Law) to constitute a special jury ordered by a court, by each party striking out a certain number of names from a prepared list of jurors, so as to reduce it to the number of persons required by law.

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To stick to
To stick up
To stick up for
To stick upon
To stir up a hornet's nest
To stitch up
To stock an anchor
To stock cards
To stock down
To stock up
To stop a gap
To stop off
To stop over
To stop the mouth
To straighten one's face
To strain a point
To strain courtesy
To stream the buoy
To strike a balance
To strike a bargain
-To strike a jury-
To strike a lead
To strike a ledger
To strike an attitude
To strike at
To strike camp
To strike dumb
To strike for
To strike hands
To strike hands with
To strike home
To strike in
To strike in with
To strike off
To strike oil
To strike one luck
To strike out
To strike root
To strike sail
To strike tallies
To strike the flag
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