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Random information on the term “OATH”:
A juror’s oath is used to swear in jurors at the beginning of jury selection or trial.
In a New South Wales juror’s oath, the juror promises to “…well and truly try and true deliverance make between our Sovereign Lady the Queen and the accused whom you shall have in charge, and a true verdict give according to the evidence.”
In Western Australia each jury has a choice to either “swear by Almighty God” or “solemnly and sincerely declare and affirm” to “give a true verdict according to the evidence upon the issue(s) to be tried by me.”
In Queensland each jury has a choice for an Oath or Affirmation.The Oath is as follows:
The Affirmation is as follows:
According to the French Code of Penal Procedure, all jurors must individually swear to the following message from the judge presiding the court:
A New Zealand juror’s oath reads: “Members of the jury: Do each of you swear by Almighty God (or solemnly, sincerely, and truly declare and affirm) that you will try the case before you to the best of your ability and give your verdict according to the evidence?”