FTJ

(redirected from Face the Jury)
AcronymDefinition
FTJFail to Join (gaming)
FTJFédération Tunisienne de Judo (French: Tunisian Judo Federation; Tunisia)
FTJFondation Tourisme Jeunesse (French: Youth Tourism Foundation)
FTJFaculté de Théologie de Jérusalem (French: Jerusalem School of Theology)
FTJFestival Théâtre-Jeunesse (French: Youth Theatre Festival)
FTJFull Time Job
FTJFédération Tchadienne de Judo (French: Chad Judo Federation; Chad)
FTJFace the Jury (website)
FTJFine Tool Journal (Pownal, ME)
FTJFiches de Travail Junior (French: Junior Worksheets)
FTJFun Travel Job (staffing firm)
FTJFourier Theory of Jumps
FTJFuel the Jet (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen)
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He too pleaded not guilty to all the charges and will face the jury Jan.
The knottiest white-collar criminal case in recent memory should finally go to trial next month, but only half of the original defendants will face the jury.
KSA (4:00 GMT), will see three candidates face the jury in the design stage.
I am fine with Muslim women wearing traditional dress but they should stand up and face the jury - as I did when I gave evidence against the person who threw acid at me.
She was able to speak from behind a screen, which protected her from the gaze of the public gallery but allowed her to face the jury.
ISLAMABAD -- The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Monday granted three weeks to Pakistan 's former ambassador to US Hussain Haqqani to return back home and face the jury in the secret memo case.
And 20 years on those same children held her hand as she walked to court to face the jury who failed to fall for her claims, who failed to be fooled by her attempts to wriggle out of a double murder charge.
In the next weekly episode of the show on November 21, the five candidates will face the jury in the "Business and Marketing" challenge, where they will be asked to elaborate a professional business plan and a complete brand identity.
New Delhi, Sept 2 (ANI): A man from Huichang, Jiangxi province, will face the jury for intentional homicide for burying a friend alive.
When the chance came for him to face the jury, he chose to stay silent, opting not to give evidence or have any presented on his behalf.
His father, Mohammed Imram, understood to run a computer business in Cardiff, was told to give his son the pounds 15,000 and for him to lodge it with the court until he returns to face the jury.