Types of Juries in Criminal Cases:

Anonymous Jury – a jury whose identities cannot be disclosed because, for example, the individual jurors may be subjected to intimidation or violence.

Death-Qualified Jury – a jury that is fit to decide a case involving the death penalty because the jurors have no absolute ideological bias against capital punishment.

Life-Qualified Jury – in a case involving a capital crime, a jury selected from within a jury panel wherein the judge has excluded anyone unable or unwilling to consider a sentence of life imprisonment, instead of the death penalty, if the defendant is found guilty.