Jury stress

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Jury stress or juror stress is physical and mental tension that affects members of juries. Its causes include "exhaustion, sequestration, the mountain of evidence, and the desire to do the right thing".[1]


  1. ^ Hill, Gerald; Kathleen Hill; Nolo (Firm) (2009). Nolo's Plain-English Law Dictionary. Nolo. p. 239. ISBN 9781413310375. Retrieved September 3, 2010. 

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