Legal Definition and Related Resources of Venire

Meaning of Venire

(Lat. to come). The name of a writ (more commonly called venire facias) by which a jury is summoned.


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Venire in the law of the United States

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See Also

Jury (in the U.S. Legal Encyclopedia) Master Jury List (in the U.S. Legal Encyclopedia) Voir Dire (in the U.S. Legal Encyclopedia).

Meaning of Venire in the U.S. Legal System

Definition of Venire published by the National Association for Court Management: A writ summoning persons to court to act as jurors. Also refers to the people summoned for jury duty.

Meaning of Venire in Spanish

Description/ translation of venire into Spanish: (in the law of the United States/ en el derecho de los Estados Unidos) candidatos a jurados[1]

Note: for more information on related terms and on the area of law where venire belongs (criminal procedure law), in Spanish, see here.

Notes and References

  1. Translation of Venire published by Antonio Peñaranda

Venire (Criminal Judicial Process)



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