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How to Pronounce juror?

Correct pronunciation for the word "juror" is [d͡ʒjˈʊɹə], [d‍ʒjˈʊɹə], [dʒ_j_ˈʊ_ɹ_ə].

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"Juror" in context

A juror is a person who is sworn to listen to the evidence presented in a trial and render an impartial opinion on the facts of the case during jury proceedings. Jurors play an essential role in the judicial system as part of the court system by evaluating testimony, judging the credibility of witnesses, and making sure that the defendant is provided with a fair trial.

Jurors must take an oath to listen to the evidence without prejudice and adhere to the court's instructions. During the trial, jurors must pay attention to the evidence presented and form an opinion on the case. They are also required to question witnesses if appropriate.

What are similar-sounding words for juror?

Usage over time for juror:

This graph shows how "juror" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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