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VENIRE

Lat.: to come. Refers to the common law process by which jurors are summoned to try a case

VENIRE DE NOVO: Lat.: to come anew. Refers to summoning a second jury for the purpose of proceeding to a second trial. Such a second trial is awarded where a verdict (by a jury) or finding (by the court) is so defective or ambiguous upon its face that no judgment can be rendered upon it. The term is sometimes used simply to denote a new trial.
Source: Barron's Dictionary of Legal Terms, Steven H. Gifis, 5th Edition; ©
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