The usual number of jurors in a criminal case is 13 - 12 jurors
and one alternate juror.
There are 12 people in a jury to decide guilt or innocence
It is standard for there to be 12 people on the jury with one serving as a jury foreman, except in the supreme court.
12 or 6. More on a grand jury.
There are between 16 and 23 people on a Grand Jury.
There were ten men on the jury; one of them was a Cunningham.
12 people must be on a jury in a capital case 6 in civil or varies by state
There are 12 people on a Jury ** There are also six man (person) jury too. And Scotland uses 15 jurors in criminal trials. The number of people on a jury depends on the jurisdiction and type of trial.
12 people in California.
16 to 23 people
A 9 person jury, final 3
Sometimes 6 and sometimes 12.
i heard there is no limit.
Between 16 and 24 in the US.
12, sometimes with two alternates.
6 on a civil trial, 12 on criminal.
there is 12 people on the jury and usually no more than that.
if you pay taxes you can be picked for jury duty so anyone is in a jury
About 10,105 people are summoned each day.
Generally speaking the most common number of people on a jury is twelve. In certain situations there can be less then twelve. The circumstances that allow for less then twelve members vary on many factors.
That IS what it is known as a TRIAL JURY or a PETIT jury.
They come from the regular jury pool.
Can Be 7 men and 7 women so 14
It depends on which court you are talking about Magistrate's court - no jury, only the judge County court - 6 people Supreme court - 6/12 people ? High court - 12 people
No, it is not. Jury is a group noun, a number of people. It is, however, used as a noun adjunct in terms such as jury duty and jury pool.