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    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    The role of the jury is: • To listen to and weigh up the evidence and argument put by both parties. The jury should be impartial and unbiased. • To listen to the law provided by the judge. • To decide the facts of the case and apply the facts to the law to discover if the case has been proved to the required standard of proof. • To reach a unanimous or majority verdict. In most civil cases the jury decides the amount of damage.

    JAMAA D.
    KE
    JAMAA D.

    What is the role of a jury if he/she cannot cover a verdict but follow the judge? student?

    Sorie T.
    SL
    Sorie T.

    very sensitive area

    Nöelle L.
    IE
    Nöelle L.

    The Jurors role is to appear in Court when required and must be there to make unanimous decisions of a verdict and assess damage to civil cases. usually (11/12), (5/6) and (12/12).

    John A.
    KE
    John A.

    What is a verdict In simple ordinary English ?

    John A.
    KE
    John A.

    Whatever the size of the data will be generated during the case ,you must remember it all !!!

    John A.
    KE
    John A.

    And someone please simplify this .Put it i ordinary and very simply English. What is the meaning of this ? "To return a unanimous verdict in a civil case if possible"

    Peter Awuni A.
    GH
    Peter Awuni A.

    What is the difference between a criminal case and a civil case

    Joseph S.
    UG
    Joseph S.

    Role of a jury Role of a jury Unanimous and majority verdicts in criminal cases Empanelling a jury To attend court as required. To listen to, remember, collate and analyse the evidence presented in court. To abide by a judge's directions on the law. To determine questions of fact. To hear indictable criminal offences. To deliberate over a verdict but not give reasons for a verdict. To be satisfied 'beyond reasonable doubt' in a criminal case of its verdict. To be satisfied 'on the balance of probabilities' in a civil case of its verdict. To give a unanimous verdict in a criminal case involving murder (12/12), whilst majority verdicts are accepted in non-murder criminal cases (11/12). (This could change under suggested reforms. To return a unanimous verdict in a civil case if possible (6/6), whilst majority verdicts (5/6) are acceptable if this is not possible. To assess damages in civil cases.

    Joseph S.
    UG
    Joseph S.

    what is the role of a jury

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