Polls (West's Encyclopedia of American Law)
The place where voters cast their ballots. Heads; individuals; persons singly considered.
An objection to a particular juror is called a challenge to the poll, as distinguished from a challenge to the array or panel, which is opposition to the jury as an entity, based on a universal defect among the jurors.
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