RULE 47. JURORS (a) Examination of Jurors. The Judge shall examine prospective jurors in the case, provided that thereafter the parties will have leave to ask the jurors such supplementary questions as may be deemed by the Judge proper and necessary, and within limits set by the court. (k) Appeals on Written Record. Cases set for jury trial which are appeals based on a written record which is read to the jury may be heard without the presence of a judge or court reporter during the reading of the record. The rulings of the hearing official will stand unless objections are renewed before trial. Counsel will meet and confer before trial and agree as much as possible on the order of the record and what portions will be read. Counsel shall notify the trial judge before the jury is empaneled of those portions of the record upon which the trial judge will be asked to rule and of any other matters relating to the reading of the record that need to be resolved prior to trial. (l) Electronic Data Processing Random Selection. Jury lists shall be by random selection by properly programmed electronic data processing system in accordance with RCW 2.36.063 and RCW 2.36.093.
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