2014 Iowa Code
TITLE XV - JUDICIAL BRANCH AND JUDICIAL PROCEDURES
SUBTITLE 2 - COURTS
CHAPTER 607A - JURIES
SECTION 607A.22 - Use of source lists — information provided.
607A.22 Use of source lists — information provided.
1. The appointive jury commission or the jury manager shall use both of the following source lists in preparing grand and petit jury lists:
a. The current voter registration list.
b. The current motor vehicle operators list.
2. The appointive jury commission or the jury manager may use any other current comprehensive list of persons residing in the county, including but not limited to the lists of public utility customers, which the appointive jury commission or jury manager determines are useable for the purpose of a juror source list.
3. The applicable state and local government officials shall furnish, upon request, the appointive jury commission or jury manager with copies of lists necessary for the formulation of source lists at no cost to the commission, manager, or county.
4. The jury manager or jury commission may request a consolidated source list. A consolidated source list contains all the names and addresses found in either the voter registration list or the motor vehicle operators list, but does not duplicate an individual’s name within the consolidated list. State officials shall cooperate with one another to prepare consolidated lists. The jury manager or jury commission may further request that only a randomly chosen portion of the consolidated list be prepared which may consist of either a certain number of names or a certain percentage of all the names in the consolidated list, as specified by the jury manager or jury commission.
86 Acts, ch 1108, §30; 87 Acts, ch 85, §6; 92 Acts, ch 1093, §1; 2013 Acts, ch 30, §184
Referred to in §607A.3, 607A.16, 607A.24
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