Washington State Jury CommissionCreated by the Board for Judicial Administration in June 1999, the Washington State Jury Commission was founded to conduct a broad inquiry into the jury system and to "examine issues including, but not limited to, juror responsiveness, citizen satisfaction from jury service, adequacy of juror reimbursement, and improving juror participation in trials"
The Commission developed a series of recommendations to improve jury service for the citizens of Washington. Forty-four recommendations are contained in the Washington State Jury Commission Report to the Board for Judicial Administration, July 2000.
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Washington State Jury Commission Report, July 2000Introduction from the Chair
Summary List of Recommendations
Washington State Jury Commission Members
Increasing Summons Response
Accommodating Citizens Called to Jury Service
Protecting Juror Privacy
Improving Jury Selection Procedures
Improving the Trial Process for Jurors
Improving the Deliberating Process
Declaration of Principles for Jury Service
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