Arizona Revised Statutes Title 21. Juries § 21-301. Master jury list;  source lists

A.   The jury commissioner shall produce a master jury list.  The master jury list shall be comprised of the names and addresses of eligible persons who reside in the county and shall include persons on the voter registration list of the county, other persons eligible for jury service who have been licensed pursuant to title 28, chapter 8, article 4 or 5   1 and persons from other lists as determined by the supreme court.  The master jury list shall be prepared so as to avoid duplication of the names of eligible juror candidates.

B.  Not later than January 1 following each biennial general election, the county recorder shall provide the jury commissioner or jury manager with a list containing the names and addresses of all persons qualified to vote at the preceding general election.  At least once every six months thereafter the county recorder shall provide the jury commissioner with the names and addresses of all additional persons who have registered as voters since the date of the last list.

C.  On written request by a jury commissioner or jury manager, the director of the department of transportation shall furnish and periodically revise a list of the names and addresses of all persons in that county who are at least eighteen years of age and who have been licensed pursuant to title 28, chapter 8, article 4 or 5.  Except as provided in § 21-312 , no jury commissioner or jury manager may disclose information furnished by the director of the department of transportation pursuant to this section to any person, organization or agency for any use other than the selection of jurors.

1 Sections 28-3151 et seq., 28-3221 et seq.

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