There are 6 names in this directory beginning with the letter J.
Place used for the detention of persons in the lawful custody of the government, such as a person accused of a crime who is held for trial or a person convicted of a crime who is serving a sentence. If the inmate is confined in a local police station, it is generally referred to as a lock-up; if temporarily confined in a courthouse during a trial, it is generally called a holding cell; if confined in a county facility for a period of 18 mo or less, it is often called a workhouse.
Fictional names used to identify persons in a hypothetical situation in order to explain an issue;
A group, composed of the peers of the parties or a cross section of the community, summoned and sworn to decide on the facts in issue at a trial.