Juror's Oath Law and Legal Definition

Juror's oath is a statement under oath by a juror that he will do his duty as a juror, that he will well and truly try the issues joined, and a true verdict render according to the law and the evidence. The juror's oath prescribes his duty. [Demato v. People, 49 Colo. 147 (Colo. 1910)].