22 CRR-NY 128.9NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 22. JUDICIARY
SUBTITLE A. JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION
CHAPTER I. STANDARDS AND ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES
SUBCHAPTER C. RULES OF THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COURTS
PART 128. UNIFORM RULES FOR THE JURY SYSTEM
22 CRR-NY 128.9
22 CRR-NY 128.9
128.9 Frequency of service.
(a) When a juror completes service, the juror's name may be restored to the general list of qualified jurors. In the alternative, the Chief Administrator may direct that in any county, when a juror completes service, the commissioner of jurors may summon the juror only if he or she again is selected at random for qualification from the juror source lists and subsequently qualified.
(b) A person who has served on a trial jury or grand jury in any court of record within the State, including service as set forth in section 128.8 of this Part or service in a Federal court, is disqualified from further jury service, pursuant to section 524 of the Judiciary Law, for six years following the completion of jury service, and shall not be summoned for such service within that period, except that where, as provided in section 524(c) of the Judiciary Law, the commissioner of jurors has determined that compliance with the six-year period would be impracticable, such period of disqualification may be reduced to not less than two years for persons whose service consisted of fewer than three days, and such person shall not be summoned for jury service within such reduced period. Where a person serves on a trial jury or grand jury for more than 10 days, that person is disqualified from further jury service for eight years. For purposes of this subdivision, jury service shall include service in the court and telephone standby service.
(c) The commissioner of jurors may extend the period of disqualification for all jurors in excess of the time periods set forth in subdivision (b) of this section where the extension would not interfere with the commissioner's ability to comply with section 508 of the Judiciary Law.
22 CRR-NY 128.9
Current through December 31, 2020
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