Key-man System

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Also known as the juror – suggestor system whereby a clerk and jury commissioner communicate with suggestors throughout the district by mail and request that they recommend persons as prospective Grand Jurors. U.S. v Duke, (D.C.Ind.)263 F.Supp. 828.

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