venireman

[vi-nahy-ree-muhn, -neer-ee-]
noun, plural veniremen. Law.
a person summoned under a venire facias.

Origin:
1770–80, Americanism; venire (see venire facias) + man1

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venireman (vɪˈnaɪərɪmən)
 
n , pl -men
(in the US and formerly in England) a person summoned for jury service under a venire facias

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The trial court dismissed the venireman to whom the prosecutor had addressed his remarks.
However, the challenge that was accepted was when a venireman was both a bank employee and familiar with law enforcement officers.
The other strike was used against a venireman who stated that a video would be helpful to support a conviction.
Furthermore, no juror summoned as a special venireman shall be impaneled or serve on more than one jury.
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