Now that's a little different. Usually we see Junipers that have been over-watered due to a combination of poor, water retentive media and over enthusiastic owners. Junipers don't like to be constantly wet so a dry spell may not be fatal whereas rotted roots are a real problem. How would you describe the medium? coarse and gritty or fine and organic? The former is preferable but the latter is prevalent in mass produced bonsai.
Now that it seems to be on the mend just maintain a proper watering routine, notice I did not say schedule. You cannot water on a schedule, there are too many variables. In short, water copiously and then wait, a little water often is the wrong approach. Take a look at the general growing "Sticky Thread" at the top of the forum. Don't try to over-compensate for the previous drought, just try to keep it healthy and let it recover.
Correction: Sorry for the confusion, (see below.)
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