LCrR 6.1. TRIAL BY JURY. Notice to Court of Calendar and Jury Trial Changes; Sanctions for Late Notice. Whenever a case has been set for trial and thereafter is settled or will not be tried for any reason, or if a jury is thereafter waived, notice shall be given by the defendant’s attorney of record to the court administrator, no later than two working days prior to the scheduled trial date. Failure to give notice as required in this rule may be grounds for assessment of actual costs. Actual costs shall include jury venire mileage and fees, bailiff wages, clerk overtime costs incurred in contacting jury venire persons, and witness fees paid by the court. [Adopted effective September 1, 2004.]
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