If a person who is exempt or who believes oneself to be entitled to be excused from
jury duty, is summoned as a juror, even though the person did not request exemption
or excuse previously, or was not exempted or excused by the clerk, the person may
make the person's request for exemption or excuse to the judge of the court for which
the person is summoned. The request may be made to the clerk or bailiff, who shall deliver it to the judge
and, if sufficient in substance, it shall be received as an excuse for nonattendance
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