At an adjourned meeting held Jan. 20, 1858, the commissioners drew a grand and petit jury.
The organisation has its finger on every Grand Jury, every petit jury, every judge.
The jury by which issues of fact are tried, as distinguished from a grand jury, is called a petty or petit jury.
In the same manner thirty-six names are drawn for the petit jury.
More than that, he was thrusting evidence on us—evidence which would assure his indictment and trial before a petit jury.
The lessee contract would not stand fifteen minutes before a petit jury.
The Indictments being found, a petit jury was sworn, and the following Persons arraigned and tried.
The next morning the petit jury retired, but quickly returned.
If the cause comes to trial, the petit jury may exercise a dispensing power by means of a general verdict.