An exception to the whole panel in which the jury are arrayed, or set in order by the sheriff in his return, upon account of partiality, or some default in the sheriff, coroner, or other officer who arrayed the panel or made the return. 3 Bl. Com in, 359; Co. Litt. 1556; Moore v. Guano Co., 130 N. C. 229, 41 S. E. 293: Thompson v. State, 109 Ga. 272. 34 S. E. 579; Durrah v. State, 44 Miss. 7S9.
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