JUDICUM SUBSORTITIO

JUDICUM SUBSORTITIO

judicum subsortitio (joo-di-k[schwa]m s[schwa]b-sor-tish-ee-oh). [Latin] Roman law. The practice of choosing supplemental jurors (when necessary after peremptory challenges have been exercised) by drawing from an urn the names of eligible participants.
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