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  2. Rule 8: Rules of Professional Conduct. | Tennessee ...

    [6] Many of the Rules of Professional Conduct require the lawyer to obtain the informed consent of a client or other person (e.g., a former client or, under certain circumstances, a prospective client) before accepting or continuing representation or pursuing a course of conduct. See, e.g., RPCs 1.2(c), 1.6(a) and 1.7(b). The communication ...

  3. County of El Paso Texas - Jury Duty Service

    Actual juror selection is accomplished by the court and the attorneys at the start of the trial. Payment for those selected to serve is generated by this division. If you have already received a jury summons or qualification questionnaire, click the I-JUROR link to: See the current status of your summons. Request a referral. Request an excuse ...

  4. As a juror, you play a significant role in ensuring that justice is carried out fairly and impartially. 2019 Master Wheel Juror Selection Process: The United States District Court for the Southern District of California draws names of prospective jurors from a master wheel created from registered voters, provided by the California Secretary of ...

  5. Jury Duty Excuse Letters for Various Reasons | Word & Excel ...

    The trial dates are rescheduled (if the juror’s opinion is significant), or; Another juror is sought for his/her opinion. The jury duty excuse letter is an important tool of information for the rest of the jury members, as this would help them in making required arrangements beforehand, and the trial day and time would not get wasted.

  6. Bribery - Wikipedia

    Bribery is the offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of any item of value to influence the actions of an official, or other person, in charge of a public or legal duty.

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  8. No Longer Available - KCCI

    Couple travels hours to deliver packages after they say they caught a delivery driver dumping them

  9. Public Justice Offences incorporating the Charging Standard

    Examples include making false representations for the purposes of evading jury service or enabling another to do so; failure, without reasonable excuse, to answer questions under section 2(5) or deliberately or recklessly giving false answers; and of serving on a jury when ineligible, disqualified or not qualified

  10. California Rules of Court: Title Two Rules

    (e) Excuse based on previous jury service A prospective juror who has served on a grand or trial jury or was summoned and appeared for jury service in any state or federal court during the previous 12 months must be excused from service on request. The jury commissioner, in his or her discretion, may establish a longer period of repose.

  11. The Times & The Sunday Times

    News and opinion from The Times & The Sunday Times