Juror Service Courts- H.B. 1153 (2011); C.R.S. 13-71-101- 13-71-133.
Requires each juror service summons to include instructions for retrieving
Requires each juror service summons to include instructions for retrieving jury service acknowledgment information. Allows jurors to be notified by telephone of date changes and requires juror service information to be available via internet for 12 months after time of juror service. Changes mandatory payment to jurors from weekly to within 10 days after service for trial jurors, and “at least on a monthly basis” for grand jurors.
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Missouri Supreme Court declines to review billion-dollar award against Johnson & Johnson baby powder
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