On receiving the list of persons selected by the court, the jury commissioner shall file it in the jury commissioner's office and have the list, which shall include the name of the judge who selected each person on the list,
published one time in a newspaper of general circulation, as defined in Section 6000 of the Government Code, in the county. The jury commissioner shall then do either of the following:
(a) Write down the names on the list onto separate pieces of paper of the same size
and appearance, fold each piece so as to conceal the name, and deposit the pieces in a box to be called the “grand jury box.”
(b) Assign a number to each name on the list and place, in a box to be called the
“grand jury box,” markers of the same size, shape, and color, each containing a number
which corresponds with a number on the list.
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