NJSA 2B:21-1 Number of Grand Juries
The Assignment Judge for each county shall impanel one or more grand juries for that county, as the public interest requires. There shall be at least one grand jury serving in each county at all times.
Source: 2A:71-5; 2A:71-6; 2A:71-7
2B:21-2. Impaneling grand jury
a. A grand jury shall consist of not more than 23 persons selected from the panel of jurors summoned for service as grand jurors. The grand jurors shall be selected publicly and randomly, in the same manner as is provided by statute for the impaneling of petit jurors.
b. The Assignment Judge, or a Superior Court judge designated by the Assignment Judge, shall conduct the voir dire of members of the grand jury panel and shall decide all requests for excuse or deferral of service on the grand jury.
c. The Assignment Judge, or a Superior Court judge designated by the Assignment Judge, shall excuse any person from service on the grand jury if the person is a federal, State or local government police officer or prosecutor.
d. The prosecutor may object to the selection of any person as a grand juror on the basis of the persons inability to be impartial or on the grounds that the person does not meet the qualifications specified in N.J.S.2B:20-1. The objections by the prosecutor shall be made on the record and shall be decided by the Assignment Judge.
Source: 2A:73-1; 2A:78-6; new
2B:21-3. Oath of grand jurors
The following oath shall be administered to all of the members of the grand jury:
"Do you as a member of this grand jury of the State of New Jersey and county of (county) swear or affirm that you will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of this State; that you will diligently inquire into all matters brought before you to the best of your skill, knowledge and understanding; that you will take no action through envy, hatred or malice nor for fear, favor or affection, or for reward or the hope of reward; that you will make a true presentment of all matters coming before you, and that you will keep secret the proceedings of the grand jury?"
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