Delaware Laws - Title 10 Courts and Judicial Procedures
Sec. 4508. Completion of juror qualification form.

Sec. 4508. Completion of juror qualification form. (4031)(1-click HTML)

(a) Prospective jurors shall be selected randomly from the source list for placement on a master list from time to time as needed. (4032)

(b) The clerk shall mail a juror qualification form to persons whose names are on a master list with instructions to provide the information sought. The juror qualification form shall contain a declaration that the responses are true to the best of the prospective juror's knowledge, and acknowledgement that a false statement therein may be punished by a fine or imprisonment, or both. If the prospective juror is unable to fill out the form, another person may do it and shall indicate that fact and the reason therefor. If it appears that there is an omission, ambiguity or error in the information provided, the clerk shall instruct the prospective juror to make the necessary addition, clarification or correction. (4033)

(c) Any person who fails to provide information sought as instructed shall be directed to appear forthwith before the clerk to fill out the juror qualification form. Any person who fails to appear as directed may be ordered by the Court to appear and show cause for failure to do so. (4034)

(d) At the time of appearance for jury service, or at the time of any interview before the Court or clerk, any prospective juror may be required to fill out another juror qualification form in the presence of the Court or clerk, at which time the prospective juror may be questioned, but only with regard to responses to questions contained on the form and grounds for disqualification, excuse or exclusion. Any information thus acquired by the Court or clerk shall be noted on the juror qualification form. (4035)

(66 Del. Laws, c. 5, Sec. 1.) (4036)


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