On that foul throng that wrought them wrong—on Jury and on Judge!
"They didn't ring very true to the jury, it would seem," he retorted.
"That's as may turn out before a jury," said one of the assistants gravely.
The jury looked at each other with amazement; such scenes were rare in their experience.
Most of the jury, too, had already lost interest in the story.
The jury was all attention now; the several exhibits were coming into view.
The jury had listened to the buzzard's harangue, with their eyes, not with their ears.
It is not what a man deposes, it is what a jury believe, sir!
Will the jury believe him with no other testimony at his back?
Camille Doucet, who was a member of the jury, had pleaded a long time.