Glendalough, the lovely lakes of Killarney, the ruins of Clonmacnois, Cong Abbey, Glen Inagh and the Twelve Pins, Ireland’s Eye, the Green Hills of Tallaght, Croagh Patrick, the brewery of Messrs Arthur Guinness, Son and Company (Limited), Lough Neagh’s banks, the vale of Ovoca, Isolde’s tower, the Mapas obelisk, Sir Patrick Dun’s hospital, Cape Clear, the glen of Aherlow, Lynch’s castle, the Scotch house, Rathdown Union Workhouse at Loughlinstown, Tullamore jail, Castleconnel rapids, Kilballymacshonakill, the cross at Monasterboice, Jury’s Hotel, S. Patrick’s Purgatory, the Salmon Leap, Maynooth college refectory, Curley’s hole, the three birthplaces of the first duke of Wellington, the rock of Cashel, the bog of Allen, the Henry Street Warehouse, Fingal’s Cave—all these moving scenes are still there for us today rendered more beautiful still by the waters of sorrow which have passed over them and by the rich incrustations of time.
BLOOM: Gentlemen of the jury, let me explain.
Harris (promptly): “Why the Judge’s song out of Trial by Jury.
When an English jury has to choose between a plain fact ON the surface and a long explanation UNDER the surface, it always takes the fact in preference to the explanation.
After a patient inquiry, which lasted nearly three hours, and which exhausted every available source of information, the jury pronounced the customary verdict in cases of sudden death by accident.
All that part of the government of England which begins with the office of constable, and proceeds through the department of magistrate, quarter-sessions, and general assize, including trial by jury, is republican government.
“Surely,” said I, “the man’s appearance would go far with any jury?”
“And supposing the Coroner’s jury returns a verdict of Wilful Murder against Alfred Inglethorp.
“Then I will leave the remarkable similarity of hand-writing between the note, the register, and your own, to the consideration of the jury,” said Mr. Philips, and sat down with the air of a man who has done his duty, but who was nevertheless horrified by such deliberate perjury.
Lamb undertook to defend him before a jury.
He grew desperate, and, in a loud voice, exclaimed, 'Gentlemen of the jury, the prisoner is indicted for cutting off a bull's tail.
"But there are other portions of my brother's argument which I must notice, for I fear that they were calculated to produce a powerful effect upon a jury of humane and benevolent men.
AnEnglish barrister, famous for his successes in the assize courts,has well set forth the line of action to be followed:—“While pleading he would attentively observe the jury.
It is difficult to see how thesewould-be reformers can forget that the errors for which the juryis blamed were committed in the first instance by judges, andthat when the accused person comes before a jury he has alreadybeen held to be guilty by several magistrates, by the juged’instruction, the public prosecutor, and the Court ofArraignment.
In all similar affairs the jury, confronted withtechnical details it is unable to understand, naturally hearkensto the public prosecutor, arguing that, after all, the affair hasbeen investigated by magistrates trained to unravel the mostintricate situations.
All the four officials in the jurywere, in fact, men of no consequence and of low rank.
The public and the jury, of course, were leftwith a grain of doubt in their minds as to the evidence of a man whomight, while undergoing a certain cure, have seen “the gates ofheaven,” and who did not even know what year he was living in.
“But, gentlemen of the jury, why do I tell you all this, all thesedetails, trifles?”
“Gentlemen of the jury,” he suddenly protested, “I am new tothis district.
this has so much influence, it canso bias the mind; but, gentlemen of the jury, can it bias yourminds?
Let us examine this misfortune rather more closely: wemust shrink from nothing, gentlemen of the jury, considering theimportance of the decision you have to make.
At last the juryrose to retire for consultation.
A diagram of the after house was here submitted to the jury.
The diagram was shown to the jury.
CHAPTER XXIII FREE AGAIN With the submission of the case to the jury, the witnesses were given their freedom.
Liebman: Well, we’ll leave that for the jury to decide, Chief Stewart.
Chapter 15Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, you have heard the evidence in this case and it now becomes your duty to weigh it, examine it, and determine if the accused is guilty, and, if he is guilty, in what degree.
I told him that I’d been appointed to the case and that I’d looked into it and that the first thing I’d do was ask for bail to be set pending a hearing by the Grand Jury.”
He would not, could not, ask for the pity and the mercy of a jury by telling them what Louise had been any more than he could tell them of her obscene remark about Marianna Cruz.
"Do you think any jury would listen to such a theory?"
This must have been done while the Grand Jury were examining the insane pavilion at Bellevue.
I then told her that all I wanted her to do was tell the jury all we had done since I was brought with her to the asylum, so they would be convinced that I was sane.
This was the president of the jury, Monsieur Derozerays de la Panville.
Monsieur Tuvache answered them with compliments; the other confessed himself nervous; and they remained thus, face to face, their foreheads almost touching, with the members of the jury all round, the municipal council, the notable personages, the National Guard and the crowd.
Urvile agreed that this was quite possible, and posed no big problem for LoD. In fact, he and his friends had kicked the idea around on the “Black Ice” board, much as they had discussed many other nifty notions, such as building personal flamethrowers and jury-rigging fistfulls of blasting-caps.
And on Tuesday, he was formally indicted by a federal grand jury.
The Secret Service, in the person of Tim Foley, had served Richard Andrews with a federal grand jury subpoena, in their pursuit of Prophet, the E911 Document, and the Terminus software ring.
The first affirmed, “the justest methodwould be, to lay a certain tax upon vices and folly; and the sumfixed upon every man to be rated, after the fairest manner, by ajury of his neighbours.”
THE JURY ACQUITTED HIMTOOK NOTHING BUT MONEY.
"Mary," I said, after he had gone, "we know Helen didn't do this thing, but if you are called by the grand jury to tell what you just told me, they will bring an indictment against her in a minute."
Robinson looked him over once, gave a snort of derision and passed into the jury room.
He had now to attend while Mr. Stryver fitted the prisoner's case on the jury, like a compact suit of clothes; showing them how the patriot, Barsad, was a hired spy and traitor, an unblushing trafficker in blood, and one of the greatest scoundrels upon earth since accursed Judas—which he certainly did look rather like.
It began to be rumoured that the jury would be out a long while.
Now and then, when a juryman asks a question, one gets a glimpse of it, and when the public prosecutor and the attorney for the defence make their speeches one catches something from the jury’s expressions; and then it is generally too late.
The difficulty here, is again the fact that the jury is composed of strangers and twelve in number.
The jury unanimously declared them guiltless, really because of failure, in spite of much effort, to find the body of the victim.
Whoever takes the trouble to study the faces of the jury during trial, comes to the conclusion that the speeches of the prosecution and defense are the most important things in the trial, that they absorb most of the attention of the jury, and that the question of guilt or innocence does not depend upon the number and weight of the testimony but upon the more or less skilful interpretation of it.
Education; by examples, necessary, 24;dangers of, 386; of jury, 24; one-sided, in witnesses, 392.
Peer implies equality rather than companionship; as, a jury of his peers.