STATISTICAL-DECISION THEORYstatistical-decision theory. A method for determining whether a panel of potential jurors was selected from a fair cross section of the community, by calculating the probabilities of selecting a certain number of jurors from a particular group to analyze whether it is statistically probable that the jury pool was selected by mere chance. ? This method has been criticized because a pool of potential jurors is not ordinarily selected by mere chance; potential jurors are disqualified for a number of legitimate reasons. See FAIR-CROSS-SECTION REQUIREMENT; ABSOLUTE DISPARITY; COMPARATIVE DISPARITY; DUREN TEST. [Cases: Jury 33(1.1, 1.2).C.J.S. Juries ¡ì¡ì 269¨C274, 277, 279, 292, 299, 303, 306, 445.]
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