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Repairs, law of .
other is partial
current year ,
and make out copies of the panel . .
previous service, &c. ..
........... how applied for
may be struck according to the old method
be supplied from the special jurors' list ..
not return a common jury panel.
Special jurors, their qualifications .
............. court cannot refuse
must, in general, be sent to jurors ten days be-
fore the trial
tendance in London and Middlesex .
Tales de Circumstantibus, what it signifies
............ may be appointed by order of the court .
tiff or defendant .
must go off for want of jurors.
....... now usually confined to special jury cases
appoint others . .
Venire Facias, what it signifies .
Verdict the jury must be unanimous in the
........ form of, in the King's Bench and
issued . .
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