The video deposition of Donald Trump played before the jury in the E. Jean Carroll civil battery and defamation trial was made public Friday, showing the former president discussing the accusations against him, the “Access Hollywood” tape and the Russia “hoax.”
I'm not quite sure what the sentence in bold is saying. I think it might be read:
the jury (a group of people who decide a verdict for the case) was disclosed to the public, so the public knows who they are and the name list.
the sentence also makes me think that somehow it might be relevant to the idiom "the jury is still out", which leads to completely different meaning.
I might think too much about it. Can anyone help to clarify the meaning?