YMLCrRLJ 6.1.1 TRIAL BY JURY (e)(1) Any case confirmed for jury trial by both parties at the disposition hearing shall remain set for a jury trial. (e)(2)(i) Before noon on the Tuesday before the disposition hearing, the prosecutor, the defense attorney or the defendant, if appearing pro se, shall confirm the jury trial to the clerk of the court or advise that some other disposition has been reached by written mailed confirmation attorney messenger service or by faxing the court. The confirmation must be received by the noon deadline to be effective. (e)(2)(ii) Failure of a party to confirm the jury trial as required shall cause the case to be stricken as a jury trial. (f) Except for good cause shown, any case confirmed for jury trial and not proceeding to a jury trial as scheduled, unless such delay is the result of jury trial priority, shall be subject to terms, including costs for an unused jury of not less than $250.00, witness fees, and other terms deemed appropriate by the Court. (g) Scheduled and confirmed jury trials shall proceed and be called according to the priority of speedy trial limits. In the event of more than one jury trial being scheduled and confirmed, cases having a lower priority shall be set as trailing, to be called as soon as possible that day or the next available judicial day. (h) Upon settlement of a case scheduled for jury trial prior to the confirmation/settlement deadline provided according to these rules, the parties shall notify the Court in writing, to strike the jury.
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