Etymology: From Anglo-Norman, literally "to speak the truth", from Old French voir, "true; truly" (from verus, vÄrus, "true") + dire, "to say" (from dicere, dÄcere, "to speak; to say").
- (context, law) The preliminary phase of a jury trial in which the jurors are examined and selected.
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