Veniremen refers to individuals selected either to be screened as potential jurors or to actually be jurors in a case. The term comes from old Latin venire writs in England that were required to be given to the sheriff in order for a jury to be selected for a trial. Veniremen as a term typically is used in statutes laying out the regulations for seeking and selecting jurors. For more information on the jury selection process, click here.
[Last updated in April of 2022 by the Wex Definitions Team]