Kinds of juries.
Juries in courts of limited jurisdiction.
Courts of limited jurisdiction—Performance of jury management activities by superior court authorized.
Jury source list—Master jury list—Creation.
Jury source list—Jury assignment areas—Master jury list—Compilation.
Expanded jury source list—Court rules.
Jury source list—Master jury list—Adoption of rules for implementation of methodology and standards by agencies.
Compilation of jury source list, master jury list, and selection of jurors by electronic data processing.
Judges to ensure random selection—Description of process.
Qualification of juror.
Determination of juror qualification—Written or electronic declaration.
Selection of jurors—State policy—Exclusion for race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or economic status prohibited.
Selection of jurors—Length and number of terms—Time of service.
Summons to persons selected.
Excuse from service—Reasons—Assignment to another term—Summons for additional service—Certification of prior service.
Judge must excuse unfit person.
Juror expense payments—Reimbursement by state—Pilot projects.
Leave of absence from employment to be provided—Denial of promotional opportunities prohibited—Penalty—Civil action.
Failure of juror to appear—Penalty.
Criminal investigations: Chapter 10.27
crimes relating to: Chapter 9.51
in eminent domain proceedings: Title 8 RCW.
Jury trial, civil cases, challenging, procedure, etc.: Chapter 4.44