Alaska Statutes.
Title 9. Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 20. Trial
Section 80. Jury Panel.
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AS 09.20.080. Jury Panel.

(a) The jury panel for the trial of civil cases consists of at least twice the number of jurors needed to serve on a trial jury, including any needed alternate jurors. If the number of jurors on the panel falls below the number required by this section or if the regular panel is exhausted, the court shall order the clerk to complete the panel or to secure additional jurors by drawing names from the jury box or by obtaining names from the randomly generated computer list.

(b) If the list of prospective jurors for a court location does not produce sufficient names for a jury panel of minimum size, the administrative director of courts may authorize that additional names of prospective jurors be randomly selected from sources other than those listed in AS 09.20.050 .

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