Kentucky Constitution § 248 . Juries;  number of jurors;  three-fourths may indict or give verdict

A grand jury shall consist of twelve persons, nine of whom concurring, may find an indictment.  In civil and misdemeanor cases, in courts inferior to the Circuit Courts, a jury shall consist of six persons.  The General Assembly may provide that in any or all trials of civil actions in the Circuit Courts, three-fourths or more of the jurors concurring may return a verdict, which shall have the same force and effect as if rendered by the entire panel.  But where a verdict is rendered by a less number than the whole jury, it shall be signed by all the jurors who agree to it.


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