forewoman


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a woman who is foreperson of a jury

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a woman in charge of a group of workers

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4) In fact, the forewoman said that if the plaintiff had been a child suffering from leukemia, the jury would have returned a plaintiff's verdict within 15 minutes.
While many members of his family and the jury forewoman began to weep, Mr Hardy's mother Sharon shouted "yes".
Knight, who arrived at court today with a suitcase packed, had tears in her eyes when the jury forewoman returned the guilty verdict.
Zaman stood motionless as the jury forewoman read out the verdict.
The jury forewoman who sentenced Cantu to death has admitted: "The bottom line is, an innocent person was put to death.
The jury forewoman told the judge she didn't believe further readbacks of testimony or further clarification of the law would help the jurors reach a decision.
When the jury forewoman wrote a note to the judge at London's Southwark Crown Court complaining about her colleague's antics, he adjourned the hearing to allow the woman to sleep off the effects of her drinking.
Daniel Crompton, 24, sobbed in the dock after the jury forewoman delivered the verdict he murdered widower Frank Worsley.
After a brief consultation with her colleagues the forewoman said: "No.
Earlier, when the forewoman delivered guilty verdicts on charges of abduction, murder and perverting the course of justice after just four hours and six minutes' deliberation, Bridger gazed up at the ceiling and appeared to gently nod in confirmation of his guilt.
The judge interviewed the jury forewoman, conferred with the lawyers, and then allowed the same jurors to proceed.
While many members of his family and the jury forewoman began toweep, Mr Hardy's mother Sharon shouted "yes".
She became a forewoman in the trimming department at the Standard Motor Company, in charge of the girls on the sewing machines, stitching seats and interiors.
Outside the courtroom, the jury forewoman told City News Service that she felt outraged after Parks mispronounced Schell's name when he was on the witness stand.