1. A trial jury consists of six jurors, but “alternate jurors” may be selected and
sworn pursuant to section 360.35.
2. The panel from which the jury is drawn is formed and selected as prescribed in
the uniform district court act, uniform city court act, and uniform justice court
act. In the New York city criminal court the panel from which the jury is drawn is formed
and selected in the same manner as is prescribed for the formation and selection of
a panel in the supreme court in counties within cities having a population of one
million or more.
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