Local Criminal Rules; Examination and Challenges of Trial Jurors—Contact with Jurors; CP-23-MD 525-14
[44 Pa.B. 1873]
[Saturday, March 29, 2014]
And Now, this 4th day of March, 2014, it is hereby Ordered and Decreed that the existing Delaware County Local Criminal Rule 1127(a)—(c) is rescinded and shall be entirely replaced and renamed Delaware County Local Criminal Rule 631(F)(a)—(c) Examination and Challenges of Trial Jurors—Contact with Jurors in accordance with the language set forth as follows. Said Rule shall go into effect thirty (30) days after Publication in the Pennsylvania Law Bulletin.
Delaware County Local Rule 631(F)(a)—(c). Examination of and Challenges of Trial Jurors—Contact with Jurors.
(a) Before the trial of a case, no attorney, party or witness shall communicate or cause another to communicate with anyone he or she knows to be a member of the venire from which the jury will be selected for the trial of the case.
(b) During the trial of a case, no attorney, party or witness shall communicate with or cause another to communicate with any member of the jury.
(c) After the conclusion of the trial, no attorney, party or witness shall initiate communications with or cause another to initiate communications with any member of the jury without first receiving permission of the court.
By the Court
CHAD F. KENNEY,
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 14-644. Filed for public inspection March 28, 2014, 9:00 a.m.]
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