Danger arising from being on trial for a criminal offense
hazard: a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss or misfortune; "drinking alcohol is a health hazard"
Jeopardy! is an American quiz show featuring trivia in history, literature, the arts, pop culture, science, sports, geography, and more. There are also wordplay categories. ...
Jeopardy, released in 1980, is the first album released by The Sound. Unlike the band's later work, this album would present an array of fast, punchy songs in strong punk (and post-punk) style, as opposed to the later, more tempered releases such as Heads and Hearts and Thunder Up. ...
Jeopardy is a BAFTA award-winning Scottish television series which ran for three series, from 2002 to 2004, on BBC One. It was created by Time O'Mara who also directed, and all three series were produced by Andy Rowley with exec for Wark Clements Richard Langridge. ...
Jeopardy is a 1953 suspense film directed by John Sturges. The black-and-white film stars Ralph Meeker as an escaped killer. The film was based on a 22 minute radio play, "A Question of Time."
Double jeopardy is a procedural defense that forbids a defendant from being tried again on the same, or similar charges following a legitimate acquittal or conviction. ...
The following is a list of episodes of the television series NCIS. The program and its characters were introduced in a two-part episode of the CBS television series JAG in April 2003. The show premiered on September 23, 2003 in the United States on CBS. ...
"Jeopardy" is a hit song released in 1983 by the Greg Kihn Band on their album Kihnspiracy. It is the band's first and only Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, reaching #2 in March 1983 and also hitting #1 on the dance charts the following month.
Since Jeopardy! debuted in 1964, the series has had many different theme music versions, most of them composed by show creator Merv Griffin.
Since the revival of Jeopardy! in 1984, the Jeopardy! brand has been used on products in various other formats.
Danger of loss, harm, or failure
Jeopardy!, a popular television game show in which contestants answer clues by responding in the form of a question, hosted originally by Art Fleming and most notably by Alex Trebek
An element of risk or danger.
To have property or liberty subjected to a possibly adverse decree of a court or agency
Opinion The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service or National Marine Fisheries Service opinion that an action is likely to jeopardize the continued existence of a listed species or result in the destruction or adverse modification of critical habitat; the finding includes reasonable and prudent ...
A finding made through consultation under the Endangered Species Act that the action of a federal agency is likely to jeopardize the continued existence of a threatened or endangered species.
Potential for awkward rolls on a future turn. See also: Double Jeopardy.
A jeopardy condition exists when the forecasted and/or actual demand for NXX code resources will exceed the known supply during the planning and implementation interval for relief.
a condition of possible physical or emotional danger or suffering of a character or characters that raises the stakes of a plot.
The peril in which an accused is placed. After that, the accused may not be tried later for the same offense. See doublejeopardy.
n. America's favourite game show. Allegedly. Hosted by Alex Trebek (who always appears with a small rat sitting on his top lip, incidentally), the host gives the "answers" and the players have to supply the question. There must have been a reason for this at some point.
The state in which a node is missing one of the two required heartbeat connections. When a node is running with one heartbeat only (in jeopardy), VCS does not restart the applications on a new node. This action of disabling failover is a safety mechanism that prevents data corruption.
is always a wonderful fun option that can be customized to any subject and unit.
Risk to a defendant of possible conviction and punishment. In a criminal case the defendant is usually said to be “in jeopardy” after the preliminary hearing has taken place and the jury has been sworn in.
n. peril, particularly danger of being charged with or convicted of a particular crime. The U.S. Constitution guarantees in the Fifth Amendment that no one can "be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb" for the same offense. ...