Since this question has been around unanswered for several days, I
will venture to post a free comment that may help you.
The trial for the murder of Sotiris Yialamas by Akis Panou would be an example.
" Songwriter Panou convicted of murder
Athens 24/03/1998 (ANA)
A Kavala court yesterday convicted a popular Greek songwriter on a
murder count, sentencing him to life in prison.
Akis Panou was also convicted of illegal arms possession.
Five members of the seven-member court also did not find any
extenuating circumstances for Panou, who admitted to killing his
daugther's married boyfriend last summer, claiming it was a crime of
"honour" and committed in the heat of the moment.
He has the right to apeal the verdict."
Note that the above refers to a seven-member court, either a "mixed"
Court of the First Instance or a "mixed" Court of Appeal, as described
in the following Wikipedia article, which explains that these are made
up of 4 jurors and 3 judges. The higher levels of appeals courts
consist of 3 or 5 professional judges.
I hope this free comment answers your question.