one-day, one-trial method.A system of summoning and using jurors whereby a person answers a jury summons and participates in the venire for one day only, unless the person is actually empaneled for a trial, in which event the juror’s service lasts for the entire length of the trial. • This system, which is used in several states, reduces the average term of service and expands the number of individual jurors called. [Cases: Jury 76.C.J.S. Juries §§ 352, 511–512.]

[Blacks Law 8th]