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venire

The total pool of people summoned for jury duty.

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As an example, consider a situation similar to that of Ricky Burnette, mentioned above, who faced an all-white jury after three African-American jurors and one Asian-American juror were struck from the venire.
Table 3 shows the outcome for the potential jurors in the study by race; the racially-disparate strike patterns roughly mirror the patterns for the full population of venire members in these twelve cases.
However, this algorithmic accuracy only matters if the goal of the jury venire is to create a truly representative cross-section as opposed to a fair cross-section.
The test would compare the diversity of suspect categories resulting after jury selection is complete to the diversity available in the venire.
10) During the selection of the petit jury, (11) Bryant's attorney noticed the venire's skewed composition and made a timely objection, (12) arguing that the venire was not reasonably representative of the community (13) as required by the Sixth Amendment.
parties would then take turns striking off names from the venire until
11) Although one could argue that appellate courts have impliedly rejected the notion that a venire is sufficient to satisfy a defendant's Sixth Amendment rights under these circumstances, some courts have found otherwise.
Coniuncti, parvum est quod non possimus, multis operibus communibus; disiuncti, est parvum quod possimus--adversario enim forti obviam venire non in discordia audemus ut copiae nostrae separatim findantur.
Este termino proviene del verbo latino venire, que equivale al espanol venir.
Em muitas situacoes, por sua formulacao extremamente aberta, sua aplicacao nos casos concretos assemelha se ao venire contra factum proprium, em outras mais propriamente ao tu quoque.