blue-ribbon jury

blue-ribbon jury

A jury consisting of jurors who are selected for their special qualities, such as advanced education or special training, sometimes used in a complex civil case (usu. by stipulation of the parties) and sometimes also for a grand jury (esp. one investigating governmental corruption).

? A blue-ribbon jury is not allowed in criminal trials because it would violate the defendant’s right to trial by a jury of peers. An even more elite group of jurors, involving specialists in a technical field, is called a blue-blue-ribbon jury.


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