A jury is a group of persons selected in court that are empowered to indict a person for a criminal offense and determine innocence or guilt, or in a civil case, to decide questions of fact and award money damages for someone who was harmed by another. In personal injury cases, either party may ask for a trial by jury, under the North Carolina Constitution. A jury in North Carolina typically consists of 12 people, and verdicts must be unanimous.
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