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As used in this chapter:
(a) “Court” means the circuit, chancery and county courts of this state and includes, when the context requires, any judge of the court.
(b) “Clerk” and “clerk of the court” means the circuit clerk of the county and any deputy clerk.
(c) “Master list” means the voter registration lists for the county.
(d) “Voter registration lists” means the official records of persons registered to vote in the county.
(e) “Jury wheel” means any physical device or electronic system for the storage of the names or identifying numbers of prospective jurors.
(f) “Jury box” means the jury wheel in which is placed the names or identifying numbers of prospective jurors whose names are drawn at random from the jury wheel and who are not disqualified.
(g) “Senior judge” means the circuit or chancery judge, as the case may be, who has the longest continuous service on the court in a particular judicial district which has more than one (1) such judge, or if the judges are equal in time of service, then the judge who has been engaged for the longest time continuously in the practice of law in this state.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 13. Evidence, Process and Juries § 13-5-4. Definitions - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-13-evidence-process-and-juries/ms-code-sect-13-5-4/
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