§ 12-16-70 Names of prospective jurors provided from master jury list; preparation of list; summons
§ 12-16-72 When juries for next session of court drawn by presiding judge
§ 12-16-73 Execution and return of order to summon jurors by sheriff
§ 12-16-74 Hearing of excuses, claims of exemptions, etc.; drawing, swearing and empaneling of grand and petit jurors
§ 12-16-75 Duration of service; summons for subsequent service
§ 12-16-76 Insufficient number of qualified jurors to form juries
§ 12-16-78 Drawing of names from jury box for juries in probate court; summoning and drawing of jurors; certification to jury commission of names of persons disqualified, exempt and empaneled
§ 12-16-80 Objections which may be taken to venire of jurors
§ 12-16-81 Failure of sheriff to summon juror drawn, failure of juror summoned to attend trial, etc., not grounds for quashing venire or continuing case
§ 12-16-82 Effect of failure of person summoned as juror to obey summons
§ 12-16-83 Unlawfully placing in or withdrawing names from jury box, destruction, etc., of jury box, etc
§ 12-16-85 Attempting to influence jury commissioner or other officer selecting, drawing, summoning, etc., jurors or juries
§ 12-16-86 Performance of act with intent to affect fair drawing of jury by probate judge, jury commissioner, county commissioner, etc
§ 12-16-87 Summoning of persons for jury by sheriff, etc., with intent to produce result favorable to party in action before court
§ 12-16-88 Connivance by sheriff at commission by constable, deputy, etc., of offense prohibited by Section 12-16-87
§ 12-16-89 Negligent failure of sheriff or deputy to summon juror
§ 12-16-90 Provisions of article as to selection, drawing, summoning, etc., of jurors directory; powers, etc., of jurors selected, drawn, summoned, etc., under article

Terms Used In Alabama Code > Title 12 > Chapter 16 > Article 3

  • Bailiff: a court officer who enforces the rules of behavior in courtrooms.
  • juries: include courts or judges in all cases when a jury trial is waived, or when the court or judge is authorized to ascertain and determine the facts as well as the law. See Alabama Code 1-1-1
  • Petit jury: A group of citizens who hear the evidence presented by both sides at trial and determine the facts in dispute. Federal criminal juries consist of 12 persons. Federal civil juries consist of six persons.
  • Summons: Another word for subpoena used by the criminal justice system.