A person is guilty of providing a juror with a gratuity when he or she, having been
a party in a concluded civil or criminal action or proceeding or having been a person
with regard to whom a grand jury has taken action pursuant to any subdivision of section 190.60 of the criminal procedure law (or acting on behalf of such a party or such a person), directly or indirectly confers,
offers to confer or agrees to confer upon a person whom he or she knows has served
as a juror in such action or proceeding or on such grand jury any benefit with intent
to reward such person for such service.
Providing a juror with a gratuity is a class A misdemeanor.
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