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  494.410.  Master jury list. — 1.  The board of jury commissioners shall compile and maintain a list of potential jurors and their addresses, and shall update such list periodically in a manner to be determined by the board.  The master jury list shall be comprised of not less than five percent of the total population of the county or city not within a county as determined from the last decennial census.  In no event shall the master jury list contain less than four hundred names.  In compiling the master jury list the board of jury commissioners shall take reasonable measures to avoid duplication of names.

  2.  Beginning July 1, 2004, the master jury list shall be the result of random selection of names from a minimum of two government records including, but not limited to, personal property tax list, voter's registration list, and driver's license records.  The information furnished by the department of revenue shall not be disclosed except as allowed pursuant to federal law.

  3.  Whoever has custody, possession, or control of any record used in compiling the master jury list shall make the record available to the board of jury commissioners for inspection, reproduction and copying at all reasonable times.

  4.  The names on the master jury list shall be considered a public record.  The master jury list and copies of all records used in compiling the list shall be retained by the board of jury commissioners for at least five years after compilation of the list.


(L. 1989 S.B. 127, et al., A.L. 2003 H.B. 613)

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