challenge to the favor definition

  • noun:
    • the alleging an unique cause, the sufficiency of which is to be kept to those whose task and office it is to choose upon it.
    • the process of a juror on grounds maybe not enough to constitute a principal challenge, but enough to provide rise to a probable suspicion of favor or bias, such friend, business relation, etc. See Principal challenge, under Challenge.
    • the alleging an unique cause, the sufficiency which is usually to be left to those whose duty and office its to determine upon it.
    • the task of a juror on grounds maybe not enough to constitute a principal challenge, but sufficient to offer increase to a probable suspicion of favor or prejudice, eg friend, business relation, etc. See main challenge, under Challenge.
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