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United States military jury
also called "Members" and has one more synonym

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  1. A trio of members may suffice for a Special Court-Martial proceeding, even though greater numbers are allowed

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  2. serves a function similar to an American civilian jury, but with several notable differences

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  3. in military parlance

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  4. Unlike civilian courts, "Members" of the panel are literally "judge-and-jury" in a Military tribunal, due to the role that they play in a General Court-Martial (which is akin to criminal felony trials for civilians) or Special Court-Martial (which is

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  5. The panel — in addition to arriving at a verdict — also has the responsibility of sentencing the accused (military parlance for "the defendant"), should the accused be found guilty of the charges which have been brought forward by the trial couns

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