2014 Iowa Code
TITLE XV - JUDICIAL BRANCH AND JUDICIAL PROCEDURES
SUBTITLE 2 - COURTS
CHAPTER 607A - JURIES
SECTION 607A.4 - Jury service — minimum qualifications — disqualification — documentation.


IA Code § 607A.4 (2014) What's This?

607A.4  Jury service — minimum qualifications — disqualification — documentation.

1.  To serve or to be considered for jury service, a person must possess the following minimum qualifications:

a.  Be eighteen years of age or older.

b.  Be a citizen of the United States.

c.  Be able to understand the English language in a written, spoken, or manually signed mode.

d.  Be able to receive and evaluate information such that the person is capable of rendering satisfactory juror service.

2.  However, a person possessing the minimum qualifications for service or consideration for service may be disqualified for service or consideration for service if the person has, directly or indirectly, requested to be placed on a list for juror service.

3.  A person who claims disqualification for any of the grounds identified in this section may, upon the person’s own volition, or shall, upon the court’s volition, submit in writing to the court’s satisfaction, documentation that verifies disqualification from juror service.

86 Acts, ch 1108, §12

Referred to in §607A.16, 607A.24

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