How many jurors are there in a jury in the US?
From 6 to 23.
The US Courts website identifies two kinds of juries: Grand Juries and Trial Juries. The latter, also called Petit Jury, may be either criminal or civil. A criminal petit jury is composed of 12 jurors, whereas civil petit juries must have between 6 and 12 jurors. The grand jury, on the other hand, is formed by 23 jurors ‘â€œ their role is to decide whether the evidence presented is sufficient for the case to go on trial.