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A person may not be required to serve more than a total of three months as a juror during any consecutive two-year period. However, if a person is serving as a juror at the conclusion of the three months period, that person shall complete the trial then in progress. In this section, a person is "serving as a juror" whenever that person is in attendance in court as a member of a jury or a jury panel.
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