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1. What is meant by 'discretionary excusal'?

  • where there is a good reason why a person cannot sit
  • where a person refuses to sit on the jury
  • where a person is not allowed to sit on the jury
  • where the court is closed
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2. What are the age limits for Jury service?

  • 18 - 85
  • 18 - 75
  • 18 -65
  • 18 - 55

3. what other two qualifications are required for jury service?

  • be on the electoral roll / lived in the UK for at least 5 years
  • be on the electoral roll / lived in the UK for at least 1 year
  • be on the electoral roll / lived in the UK for at least 10 years
  • be on the electoral roll / lived in the UK for at least 3 years

4. give two situations that would disqualify a juror

  • sick / in hospital
  • Imprisoned for life / is on Bail
  • on holiday / not in the country
  • attending a wedding / funeral

5. what is the special rule regarding armed forces members?

  • they cannot be chosen for jury service
  • they may appeal to be excused
  • will be excused if commanding officer certifies absence
  • they are not excused from service

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