2010 Georgia Code
TITLE 15 - COURTS
CHAPTER 12 - JURIES
ARTICLE 2 - BOARD OF JURY COMMISSIONERS
§ 15-12-22 - Oath of office

O.C.G.A. 15-12-22 (2010)
15-12-22. Oath of office


Jury commissioners, before entering on the discharge of their duties, shall take and subscribe before the judge of the probate court of their respective counties the following oath, which shall be entered on the minutes of the probate court:
"You shall faithfully and impartially discharge the duty of jury commissioners for the County of , in accordance with the Constitution of this state, to the best of your skill and knowledge; and the deliberations and counsel of the jury commissioners, while in the discharge of their duties, you shall forever keep secret and inviolate, unless called upon to give evidence thereof in some court of justice or other legal tribunal of this state. So help you God."

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