Juror Legal Meaning and Definition
Here is a simplified definition of the legal term Juror.
A juror is an individual who is part of a jury, typically selected at random from the citizen population in the area where a court case is being heard. They undergo a selection process, take an oath, and are typically compensated for their time and travel expenses. In high-profile cases to avoid outside influence, jurors may be sequestered, or kept in a secure, undisclosed location with limited access to media and communication.