Local Civil Rule 48 JURIES OF LESS THAN TWELVE (a) Stipulation: Procedure. The parties may stipulate that the jury shall consist of any number of persons less than twelve (12) but not less than three (3). Counsel shall call the stipulation to the attention of the Presiding Judge when the case is called for trial. The stipulation, if in writing, shall be filed in the cause; if oral, it shall be noted by the clerk in the minutes of the trial. (b) Challenges Not Affected. The stipulation shall not affect the number of challenges, nor the manner of making them, unless the parties expressly agree otherwise. (See RCW 4.44.120, et seq.) [Adopted Effective April 1, 1986]
Click here to view in a PDF.
|Courts | Organizations | News | Opinions | Rules | Forms | Directory | Library|
|Back to Top | Privacy and Disclaimer Notices|