2018 Louisiana Laws
Revised Statutes
TITLE 15 - Criminal Procedure
RS 15:111 - Parish of Orleans; salary of jury commissioners; vacancy; appointment of secretary

Universal Citation: LA Rev Stat § 15:111 (2018)

CODE TITLE IX. HABEAS CORPUS (BLANK)

CODE TITLE X. INSTITUTING CRIMINAL

PROSECUTIONS (BLANK)

CODE TITLE XI. QUALIFICATIONS AND SELECTION OF

GRAND AND PETIT JURORS

§111. Parish of Orleans; salary of jury commissioners; vacancy; appointment of secretary

Each of the jury commissioners for the Parish of Orleans shall receive a salary of not less than four thousand two hundred dollars per annum.

The commissioners shall select a secretary of the board of jury commissioners. The secretary of the board shall receive a salary of not less than four thousand dollars per annum.

The salaries of the jury commissioners and the secretary shall be payable monthly by the City of New Orleans; provided that the City of New Orleans shall be required to budget and continue to pay to the jury commissioners and the secretary the amount presently budgeted and that any increase in the amount of salaries presently paid by the City of New Orleans occasioned by the passage of this bill shall not be effective unless and until ratified and approved by the City Council.

If in the case of absence or inability to act for any cause, there shall be no quorum of the board of commissioners, the Governor shall appoint commissioners to fill said temporary vacancy or vacancies, who shall have the power of jury commissioner under the Code of Criminal Procedure.

Acts 1966, No. 311, §2, eff. Jan. 1, 1967.

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