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What does jury impaneled mean

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is that a good or bad when lost your trial and is on appeal bond now

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  1. Jury impaneled means that a jury has been selected. Don't know how it relates to a case on appeal since appellate cases do not involve juries.


  2. To empanel a jury means to select the jury and seat them for jury service. This occurs at the trial court level. In an appellate context, it would only apply to an appeal from a lower court, such as a justice of the peace or county court at law.

    This attorney can be contacted via email at kcaldwell@caldwellakin.com or via phone at 817.305.7170. The above answer does not constitute, and should not be construed as, legal advice.

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