§ 40.001 Chief judge; authority; duties
§ 40.01 Qualifications of jurors
§ 40.011 Jury lists
§ 40.013 Persons disqualified or excused from jury service
§ 40.015 Jury districts; counties exceeding 50,000
§ 40.02 Selection of jury lists
§ 40.022 Clerk to purge jury selection lists; restoration
§ 40.221 Drawing jury venire
§ 40.225 Jury selection plan
§ 40.23 Summoning jurors
§ 40.231 Jury pools
§ 40.235 Juror accommodations
§ 40.24 Compensation and reimbursement policy
§ 40.26 Meals and lodging for jurors
§ 40.271 Jury service
§ 40.29 Payment of due-process costs
§ 40.31 Justice Administrative Commission may apportion appropriation
§ 40.32 Clerks to disburse money; payments to jurors and witnesses
§ 40.33 Deficiency
§ 40.34 Clerks to make triplicate payroll
§ 40.355 Accounting and payment
§ 40.361 Applicability of laws regarding state budgeting and finances
§ 40.41 Petit jurors; length of service
§ 40.50 Jury duty and instructions in civil cases

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