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Saturday, February 28, 2015

The Difference Between a Jurist and a Juror

     A jurist is anyone (judge, lawyer, or scholar) learned in the law: "The jurist was an expert in American constitutional law."

     A juror is a member of a jury: "A juror is supposed to apply the law to given factual situations and is not expected to be a Jurist."

Rod L. Evans, The Artful Nuance, 2009 

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