RULE 3.3 JURY DEMAND (a) When Available. A jury is available only in a hearing for 90- or 180-day commitment proceedings pursuant to RCW 71.05.300 and RCW 71.05.320. (b) Procedure for Demand. Within 2 judicial days after the person detained is advised in open court of his right to a jury trial as provided in RCW 71.05.300 the person detained may demand a trial by jury in the hearing on the petition for 90-day or 180-day detention by serving upon the prosecuting attorney a demand therefor in writing, by filing the demand therefor with the clerk. No jury fee shall be required. If no party, within the time above specified, serves and files a demand for jury trial, the matter shall be heard without a jury. If no party, within the time above specified, serves or files a demand that the matter be tried by a jury of 12, it shall be tried by a jury of 6 members, with concurrence of 5 being required to reach a verdict.
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