State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Mississippi > Title-13 > 5

13-5-1 - Who are competent jurors; determination of literacy.
13-5-2 - Public policy stated.
13-5-3 - Repealed.
13-5-4 - Definitions.
13-5-5 - Repealed.
13-5-6 - Jury commission - number, appointment, terms, qualifications, and compensation of members.
13-5-7 - Repealed.
13-5-8 - Master list consisting of county voter registration list to be compiled and maintained.
13-5-9 - Repealed.
13-5-10 - Jury wheel; selection and deposit of names or identifying numbers of prospective jurors; number required; refilling.
13-5-11 - Repealed.
13-5-12 - Jury wheel - selection and deposit of names or identifying numbers of prospective jurors - procedure where less than all names on master list used.
13-5-13 - Repealed.
13-5-14 - List of names placed in jury wheel to be delivered to senior circuit judge - minute entry.
13-5-15 - Repealed.
13-5-16 - Random drawing of names or identifying numbers of prospective jurors; alphabetical list; prohibition against disclosure of names drawn; use of computer or electronic device for random select
13-5-17 - Repealed.
13-5-18 - Telephone answering device required; cost of device.
13-5-19 - Repealed.
13-5-21 - Jury list in counties with two circuit court districts.
13-5-23 - Exemptions; length of service of tales and grand jurors.
13-5-25 - Who is exempt as a personal privilege.
13-5-26 - Jury box; deposit of names drawn from jury wheel; drawing and assignment of jurors; use of computer or electronic device for random selection.
13-5-27 - Repealed.
13-5-28 - Summoning of person drawn for jury duty.
13-5-29 - Repealed.
13-5-30 - Summoning of jurors where there is shortage of petit jurors drawn from jury box.
13-5-31 - Repealed.
13-5-32 - Names of jurors drawn from jury box to be made public; exception.
13-5-33 - Juror may postpone jury service one time only; conditions for postponement; extreme emergency exception.
13-5-34 - Punishment for failure to appear or to complete jury service.
13-5-35 - Employment protections for jurors.
13-5-36 - Preservation of records and papers in connection with selection and service of jurors.
13-5-37 - Repealed.
13-5-38 - Payment of cost of implementation of law.
13-5-39 - Terms of grand juries limited.
13-5-41 - Number of grand jurors.
13-5-43 - Impaneling as conclusive evidence of competency and qualifications.
13-5-45 - Foreman to be appointed and all to be sworn.
13-5-47 - Judge to charge the grand jury.
13-5-49 - Repealed.
13-5-51 - Places of absent jurors to be filled.
13-5-53 - Adjournment of grand jury to a day; pay in such case.
13-5-55 - Grand jury to inspect jail; sheriff punishable.
13-5-57 - Grand jury may examine all county offices.
13-5-59 - Grand jury to examine tax collector's books.
13-5-61 - Grand jury not to disclose secrets of jury-room.
13-5-63 - Witnesses before grand jury may be subpoenaed and sworn.
13-5-65 - Impaneling of petit juries.
13-5-67 - Impaneling of alternate jurors.
13-5-69 - Examination of jurors by attorneys or litigants.
13-5-71 - Oath of petit jurors.
13-5-73 - Oath of jurors and bailiffs in capital cases.
13-5-75 - Repealed.
13-5-77 - Special venire facias to issue in certain criminal cases.
13-5-79 - When opinion as to guilt or innocence will not render one incompetent in a criminal case.
13-5-81 - Challenge to array; quashing of venire.
13-5-83 - Intoxicated jurors; jurors under the control of the court.
13-5-85 - Selection of and service on juries in Harrison County.
13-5-87 - Laws as to listing, drawing, summoning and impaneling of juries are directory.
13-5-89 - Juries in condemnation proceedings.
13-5-91 - Jury may view the place.
13-5-93 - Nine jurors may return a verdict in civil cases.
13-5-95 - Separate accommodations and bailiffs for male and female jurors.
13-5-97 - Certain jury records exempt from public access requirements.