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NJSA 2B:23-8 Jurors to Serve Beyond Period for Which Drawn Until Completion of Trial

2B:23-8. Jurors to serve beyond period for which drawn until completion of trial

 
When a jury does not complete its trial service during the session for which its members are to serve as jurors, the court may order that the jury shall serve until the completion of the trial even though such trial may extend into the next session or sessions. 

Source: 2A:74-11



L.1995,c.44,s.1. 

2B:23-9. Juries drawn from other counties 
a. When a court orders a trial by a jury drawn from outside the county in which the court is sitting, the order shall specify the number of jurors to be returned and shall be directed, and made returnable, to the sheriff of the county from which the jury is to be taken. The jurors shall be competent jurors in the county from which they are to be taken and shall be selected in the same manner as the general panel of jurors is selected. 

b. The county in which the trial will be held shall pay the expense of summoning and returning the jurors and of their attendance at the court. 

Source: 2A:76-1; 2A:76-2

L.1995,c.44,s.1. 

2B:23-10 Examination of jurors.
2B:23-10. Examination of jurors. a. In the discretion of the court, parties to any trial may question any person summoned as a juror after the name is drawn and before the swearing, and without the interposition of any challenge, to determine whether or not to interpose a peremptory challenge or a challenge for cause. Such examination shall be permitted in order to disclose whether or not the juror is qualified, impartial and without interest in the result of the action. The questioning shall be conducted in open court under the trial judges supervision.

b.(Deleted by amendment, P.L.2007, c.204).

Amended 2007, c.204, s.4.


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