Definition of Elisors

Electors or choosers. Persons appointed by the court to execute writs of venire, in cases where both the sheriff and coroner are disquali - fied from acting, and whose duty is to choose—that is, name and return the jury. 3 Bl.Comm. 355.

Persons appointed to execute any writ, in default of the sheriff and coroner, are also called “elisors.” An elisor may be appointed to take charge of a jury retiring to deliberate upon a verdict, when both sher - iff and coroner are disqualified or unable to act.

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