In all cases where an insufficient number of jurors appear or if a panel be exhausted
by challenge or otherwise before the jury is sworn, the court may order the sheriff,
other officer or the special jury clerk, as provided by subsection (b) of K.S.A. 43-169, to summon a sufficient number of other persons to complete the jury. The court may order such additional members summoned in the same manner as is provided
for members of the original jury panel or otherwise.
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