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231 Pa. Code Rule 228. Testimony as to Misconduct of a Juror.

Rule 228. Testimony as to Misconduct of a Juror.

 Whenever in the course of a trial testimony is taken of a juror or other person as to alleged misconduct of a juror, or as to tampering with or an attempt to tamper with a juror, such testimony shall become a part of the record of the case. Such testimony shall be taken out of the hearing of the jury. Jurors may be interrogated in regard to such alleged misconduct or attempted tampering.


   The provisions of this Rule 228 adopted September 8, 1938, effective March 20, 1939; amended April 18, 1975, effective immediately, 5 Pa.B. 1820.

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